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Today our automated build broke with a strange error:
Missing values for the following SqlCmd variables: DW
We have a couple of references to other databases in our build specifically to deal with warnings thrown by temporary cross database references. 124 more words
this can be done from VS 11 and above only.
msbuild.exe MyProject.csproj /p:DeployOnBuild=true;PublishProfile=MyProfile
more details on MSBuild command parameters looked as follows:
/P:PublishProfileRootFolder=”%teamcity.build.checkoutDir%\Source\Web Application\My Project\PublishProfiles” (where your publish profiles are stored) 16 more words
When you use MsBuild to package up a web application for publishing, you typically rely on the publishing profile, to manage either a “build and publish” or “build a package for later deployment” process (a .zip package is created either way). 262 more words
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