Create a new Release Create IIS website and SQL database deployment job Add an artifact Create Stage tasks Create File transform task Azure DevOps Folder structure on server Create Expand.
Here is the link to the "home page" for this blog series.
We are going to learn here how to:
When we have created well functional Continuous Integration (CI), read previous blog post here, it is time to set up Continuous Delivery (CD). Login to your Azure DevOps account and Navigate to Pipelines -> Releases
Click on _+ New _to create a new Release
New release pipeline
Choose + New release pipeline
In the Search box start to write IIS
And choose IIS website and SQL database deployment _by clicking on Apply_
Provide Stage name
Now we are going to add an artifact. Click on Add an artifact area.
Here we are selecting published artifacts drop folder we created in the previous blog post here. And to remind you it looked like this
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