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Hidden Visual Studio LightSwitch: Secrets from the Real World for Creating Great Apps by Alessandro Del Sole

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Chapter 6. Configuring Web Servers for Deployment

Deployment means releasing your application to production and making it available to other people for daily use. If you work on a corporate network, you’ll typically publish your program as a web application, involving Internet Information Services as the host. This chapter provides tips and tricks from real-world experiences to help you make deployment a successful task.

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The information provided here applies to direct publishing only, not to packaging an application for later import into IIS.

Configuring the Web Server

LightSwitch applications can be published to web servers running Windows Server 2003, 2008, 2008 R2, and 2012. Applications’ services will be hosted within Internet Information ...

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