Category: Deployment

How to copy files or deploy code to a Nano Server

Benjamin Perkins Windows

I am writing numerous posts about IIS on Nano with my intent to get an ASP.NET Core application up and running on it.  There are already instructions for this shown directly below, but I like to do the exercise myself and document my experiences and lessons in addition. #ASPNETCORE #Nano #IIS What’s new in IIS […]

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Auto generate Azure deployment templates

Azure Benjamin Perkins

This is a very cool feature I recently discovered in the Azure portal here.  The feature is called Automation Options and it is found next to the Create button on the + New Azure App Service Web App blade, as shown in Figure 1. Figure 1, auto generate Azure deployment templates I was only able […]

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How to deploy an ASP.NET Core 1.1 application to an Azure App Services Web App using Visual Studio 2017

Azure App Service Benjamin Perkins

If you received a 404 after deploying your ASP.NET Core 1.1 application, see the end of this article in section “404 when accessing ASP.NET Core 1.1” do find out a solution and the reason. The deployment of an ASP.NET Core 1.1 Web API or Web Application is achievable following these steps: Create the Solution / […]

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Visual Studio Benjamin Perkins

NOTE: This exception happens most often when your corporate IT department has a firewall rule or proxy which is preventing the deployment to be made. The first step should be that you attempt a deployment outside of your corporate network, perhaps from home when connected on your private ISP. I was doing some deployments to […]

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Web Deploy – CannotGetStreamIncompleteObject

IIS Benjamin Perkins

Web Deploy is a very powerful tool with lots of features, one of which is the ability to synchronize file between a source and 1-n destination servers. So, from web farm perspective, you can apply all of your code modifications to a single server and then use Web Deploy to move those files to other […]

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