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Web Deployment Wizard ScreenShots

The following screenshots are from the Web Deployment Wizard. Note that not all screenshots are not taken from the installation of the same Web Application component (hence the titles and texts may differ from screenshot to screenshot, such as the target webiste or component to deploy).

The welcome page
The Web Deployment Wizard's welcome page.


Letting the user select component to deploy.


Letting the user select which version of the component to deploy.


Letting the user select the target location to deploy the component to.


Letting the user select whether to take a backup before deployment.


Letting the user select how to deploy the component.


Letting the user select which items to deploy, if custom installation was selected. Items not applicable for the selected component are disabled.


Displaying the predicted result of merging the target web.config file with the master web.config file. New keys that will be added to the target web.config file are green, while keys that will be deleted from the target web.config file are red. The values for new keys can be edited. White lines simply display existing keys on the target web.config file that will be left untouched (as they exist both in master and on target)


Letting the user select which language file on the target that the master language file should be merged with.


Displaying the predicted result of merging the target language file file with the master language file. New keys that will be added to the target language file are green, while keys that will be deleted from the target language file are red. The values for new keys can be edited. White lines simply display existing keys on the target language file that will be left untouched (as they exist both in master and on target)


Letting the user see a summary of what will happen when deployment is started.


Letting the user follow the progress as the component is deployed (backing up files, copying new files, merging files, etc etc).


Providing the user with a log of how the deployment went.


The final page of the Web Deployment Wizard.

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