Packaging and Deploying Web Parts. Agenda. Introduction Building a Web Part Package Creating a Manifest File Creating a . dwp File Creating a .CAB File Using Visual Studio Deploying a Web Part Package Add the Web part to a Web page. Introduction. Prerequisites.
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Building a Web Part Package
Creating a Manifest File
Creating a .dwp File
Creating a .CAB File Using Visual Studio
Deploying a Web Part Package
Add the Web part to a Web page
A Web Part package is a cabinet (.cab) file that contains the following items:
Provisioned solution packages will automatically be deployed to new server that are added to the farm.
Deploying custom DLL's to the Global Assembly Cache to a remote machine
Modifying the web.config on all servers may be pose problems, using a solution package you can very easily modify the web.config especially your safe controls section.
Web Part project output to the CAB project
At the top of the zone in which you want to display text, click Add a Web Part. In the Add Web Parts to [zone] dialog box, scroll to the Miscellaneous section, select your Web Part check box, and then click Add