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XCopy Deployment tutorials

  • Xcopy deployment describes deployment in ASP.NET where you use the drag-and-drop feature in Microsoft Windows Explorer, File Transfer Protocol (FTP), or the DOS Xcopy command to copy files from one location to another. The ASP.NET application requires no modifications to the registry and has no special installation requirements for the host company on hosted sites.

  • We can use the xcopy command from a command prompt. Then we can use IISís (Internet Information Serve management console t o create a virtual directory thatís mapped to the directory that you copied the web site to.

  • We can also perform xcopy deployment from visual studio by using copy website command.

  • To perform xcopy we use copy web site command. This command lets us to copy website to file system, local IIS, FTP or remote IIS website. At the same time we can copy all or selected files.

  • To deploy an ASP.NET Web application using XCOPY from the command line the following steps are:

    1. Click Start, and then click Run.

    2. In the Open box of the Run dialog box, type cmd, and then click OK.

    3. At the command prompt, type the following command:

    4. xcopy /I /S <source path> <destination path>

    5. where: In this command, <source path> is the full path to your Web application, and <destination path> is the full path to the directory where the application will be deployed.

    6. The /S parameter copies all subdirectories and the files they contain.

    7. The /I parameter indicates that a directory is being copied. If the destination folder does not exist, XCOPY creates one.

    8. The command might pause for you to answer a question such as "Overwrite filename (Yes/No/All)?" for which you can type your answer.


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