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comment VS2012 One-Click Web Publish using file hashes instead of timestamps
'in Visual Studio 2012 (also available for VS2010 from the Azure SDK) you may have noticed that the web publish profiles are MSBuild files' - sedodream.com/2012/10/27/…
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comment VS2012 One-Click Web Publish using file hashes instead of timestamps
There is some change from VS2010 to VS2012 to move where web publish settings are stored, so that they can now be shared by a team. I don't see where that is, but I was hopeful I might be able to stick flags in there.
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comment VS2012 One-Click Web Publish using file hashes instead of timestamps
p.s. thanks also for the suggestion of publishing multiple identical sites
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comment VS2012 One-Click Web Publish using file hashes instead of timestamps
Side note, of course scanning a file locally for checksum is faster than copying the file over most internet connections, and doesn't need to lock files besides.
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comment VS2012 One-Click Web Publish using file hashes instead of timestamps
Thanks for the reply, but I think the source you quoted is no longer accurate. Please take a look at the 'usechecksum' flag here: technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd569089(v=ws.10).aspx
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comment Web hosted payment form service recommendation, for card processing
Thank you. Looking at zoho, I think you might have understood me to mean web consulting services. The product I'm taking payment for is a subscription-based web application. I don't see a good way to have zoho support that.
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comment Web hosted payment form service recommendation, for card processing
Are you in the UK, using SagePay? p.s. I understand there are fees. But when a company puts ads on my live checkout page that weren't there in the provided test environment, and then charges an upgrade to remove them, I call that "hidden".
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Yes, I'm fine with all of those fees. PayPal charged me an extra $20/mo to remove the "finance this purchase with PayPal" option, but that button hadn't displayed in testing because they only provided the "upgraded" test accounts. They also charge fees for things the salesperson said were included in the upgraded account, like recurring payments. Sadly, the fee situation was not as bad as other issues, for example their test environment going offline for a week and interrupting our development.
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