Just use web deployment projects, you can create 1 project for each
environment you'll be deploying the web application to. Here's the link for
the RTW (Release to Web) version for VS2008. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
If you're using a build server, don't forget to install it on there as well
or you'll get an error when it tries to build.
"Gilbert Tordeur" <gilbert.tordeur@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> It is about a VB2008 intranet application. It uses a SQL Server database.
> The ConnectionString is defined in the
> connectionStrings section of the web.config file. This application uses
> ObjectDataSource objects, defined in design mode.
> I would like to use a different database depending on the execution
> environment (development or production).
> I can test the environment by retrieving the IIS server name. I could of
> course change the web.config file by hand, but every time I will publish
> from dev to prod I should do the change again.Of course, a day or another
> there will be a forgetting or a mistake.
> Can anybody propose an automatic solution?
> Thank you in advance,