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Old March 20th, 2004, 06:05 PM
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Default [?] Deploying in different path without the Inetp

[I have been waiting for some reply from asp.net forum, but i havent got any reply from anyone, hope i will get some from Wrox this time]

How can I deploy my ASP.NET Application, using “Web Setup Project” in Visual Studio .NET to different path, like E:\webs\myapp and it’ll also create the virtual directory with using the files from that path. I just don’t want to put my files into C:\Inetpub\wwwroot. Because when I create a setup, I don’t know how can I check the option where I can mention the target path for a new virtual directory.

I need a solution, which I can install the web application into different path, and it’ll create the virtual directory from that path without accessing the Inetpub\wwwroot

Guyz, I am begging for a solution ASAP

 
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From what I've seen, you always have to install a web project in the IIS root. You can change the IIS root however to another folder, but from what I've seen, I don't think this is what you want to do?
 
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You can put a web application anywhere you wish, assuming that the directory has the right file access permissions for the user that IIS is running as (the ASP.NET worker process usually runs as IUSR_<machinename>). All you need to do is set up a website or virtual application that points to the directory that contains the web application pages.

Unfortunately, I have not used the Web Setup Project in VS so I can't help you with how that must be set up.

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Ok!! guyz, can you come to this decision, that using “Web Setup Project” from visual studio.NET, and we can’t install the file anywhere without the IIS root directory??

 
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Sorry, I misunderstod!

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So give me a solution if you think its possible! that will be really appriciated!
THanks

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quote:Originally posted by jacob
 Sorry, I misunderstod!

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hi TawhidZaman
are you find the solution for your problem?
I have the same problem and I seeking for solution too.







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