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CIS 338: Delivering an Application Dr. Ralph D. Westfall March, 2009
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After You Code the Project must be tested alpha testing beta testing how much (%) of budget for testing? depends on intended use of project and consequences of a failure minor inconvenience vs. someone dies
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After Testing the Project then what happens? delivery to users and installation user training ongoing support and maintenance
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Delivering Application to Users determine file/database paths design the installation process can largely automate this with a VS.NET Set Up project test the instructions and installation create (and test) user training materials
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Deployment in VB.NET open a VB.NET project that works, or create one add an icon (optional) right click in Solution Explorer [existing project Icon>browse for an .ico file >Open Build>Publish [project]
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browse to a local directory or type in a FTP address need to have a subdirectory named publish if upload to a server
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