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Structure of ASP projects

In Visual Studio you can build and publish a web application using right click in a ASP.NET project -> Publish

A simple Web Application in ASP .NET will generate:

/

*.aspx

ASP pages

/

Web.config

 

/bin/

artifact.dll

project assembly

/bin/

artifact.pbd

program debug database

/bin/

*.dll

assemblies required

This can be deployed to IIS

The normal compilation using the dotnet compiler plugin seems to already generate proper dlls.

Implementation NMAVEN-200

Create a dotnet:asp (for 0.16+) / aspnet (for 0.14) type that generates the dll in target/artifactId/bin and copies all aspx files to target/artifactId

Zip that folder and install it in the repo, in the future create a msi package

Precompilation of ASP pages NMAVEN-199

The SDK provides a ASP .NET precompiler aspnet_compiler that can be used to check for errors in the ASP pages 2

Implementation

Create an aspx-compiler-mojo for aspnet_compiler executable, and run

Visual Studio Addin NMAVEN-201

The Addin needs to recognize Web and Webservices projects in project import

Implementation

Recognize Web and Webservices projects by checking the packaging

Issues

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Type Key Summary Assignee Reporter Priority Status Resolution Created Updated Due
New Feature NMAVEN-201 Visual Studio Addin needs to recognize web and webservices projects during import Unassigned Carlos Sanchez Major Open Unresolved Sep 02, 2008 Sep 08, 2008
New Feature NMAVEN-200 Create a ASP .NET packaging Unassigned Carlos Sanchez Major Open Unresolved Sep 01, 2008 Sep 19, 2008
New Feature NMAVEN-199 Create an aspx-compiler-mojo for precompilation of ASP .NET pages Unassigned Carlos Sanchez Major Open Unresolved Sep 01, 2008 Sep 23, 2008
New Feature NMAVEN-184 Support for web app projects Unassigned Allan G. Ramirez Major Open Unresolved Aug 01, 2008 Sep 05, 2008

References

  1. Using IIS with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 and the New Web Project System
  2. Precompilation In ASP.NET 2.0
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