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Can we Deploy the Published Website code using Sitefinity Thunder on Windows Azure?

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  1. Amit
    Amit avatar
    43 posts
    15 Nov 2012
    25 Mar 2014
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    I have a Sitefinity project that I published for local File System using Visual Studio.

    Now I open the published code in Visual Studio 2013 as a Website.  Now I am trying to deploy this code on Windows Azure Cloud Service.

    But I don't get the Option [Deploy Sitefinity to Windows Azure] like I get the option in Unpublished code (Sitefinity Project) when I right click the project.

    Please let me know how could I deploy the published code to Windows Azure Cloud Service. I had deployed the unpublished code successfully using Thunder Deployment for Azure.

     If I try to deploy the published or unpublished code using Visual Studio's conventional Publish tool, I get Invalid website publish settings file to import publish profile error. But same publishSettings file works correctly with Sitefinity Thunder Deployment in unpublished code(Web Project).


    Following is the publishSetting file text which I downloaded form Windows Azure (removed the key or other credentials):

        <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
            ManagementCertificate="****Encrypted KEY****==">
            Name="Test Azure Account" />
         < /PublishProfile>








  2. Amit
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    43 posts
    15 Nov 2012
    26 Mar 2014 in reply to Amit
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    Can somebody reply asap to this as we really need to solve this?


  3. Kaloyan
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    272 posts
    06 Feb 2017
    27 Mar 2014
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    Hi Amit,

    We have detailed documentation about deploying a project to Azure using Sitefinity Thunder. Please check the following link where you can find all the necessary information:

    Sitefinity Azure configuration and deployment

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