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Visual Studio 2010 and ASP.NET 4 provide various methods for configuring and deploying web applications. This course will cover the ways you can configure web applications and the tools you can use to deploy them, highlighting the pros and cons of each. Specific topics covered include configuring ASP.NET 4 web applications and providers. Also covered in the course is how to compile web applications using both Visual Studio and command line utilities, and how to use deployment tools such as XCopy, the Windows installer, and the Publish Website Tool.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize the configuration types, tools, and elements in ASP.NET 4
  • Recognize the steps for setting common configuration items for web applications
  • Recognize the steps for configuring session state for a web application
  • Recognize the benefits of the Provider Model in ASP.NET 4
  • Recognize the steps for setting up the Provider to work with SQL Server for all systems or just a single system
  • Recognize the code for defining the membership and role providers
  • Identify the uses and configuration options for the personalization, site maps, session state, and web event providers
  • Configure session state to use InProc
  • Configure session state to use StateServer
  • Configure session state to use SQLServer
  • Identify the benefits of compilation and the tools used to compile web applications
  • Identify the steps for performing a precompilation for deployment from the command line
  • Identify preparatory steps and available options when deploying a web application
  • Recognize the steps for copying a web site
  • Identify how to deploy a precompiled web application and use One-Click publishing
  • Identify the steps for building an installer program to deploy a web site
  • Precompile a web application
  • Publish a web site
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Microsoft .NET Framework 4: Configuring and Deploying Web Applications with C# 2010 Online course
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    150 minutes
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