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ASP.Net Project FTP Upload Utility

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Easily deploy ASP.Net projects to any FTP sites with this tool.
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ASP.Net Project FTP is a utility that allows you to easily upload an ASP.Net 1.x or 2.0 project to any arbitrary FTP site. It works similar to the "Project/Copy project..." command in Visual Studio, but does not require FrontPage extensions and it allows you to upload only the selected files you want. ASP.Net Project FTP also remembers all projects, FTP sites, user names, passwords and which files have been updated since the last deploy. Note that it saves this information in an XML resource file in the same directory as your executable and it saves the passwords in clear text.

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Submitted on
30th October 2004
Last Updated
11th February 2009
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Free to use, source code available for a nominal fee
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Free download, open source

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Average User Rating: 4.0/5
.NET is great, but deploying projects isnt... Until Now.
Reviewed byAnonymousonMon, 6th December 2004
Rating 4 - Very Good
I saw this application just after it came out and jumped all over it. Too often developers take the time to move files one at a time or in large groups only to have to sift through files that are not required on the server. With this product I was able to quickly deploy an entire project with only the files REQUIRED saving time and headaches. Recently another great benefit showed. I was working with ONE file that had some pretty tough code, I kept testing it on a live server after developing locally. I kept this application open and had only the one file and the /bin directory selected, each time I did a build, I'd hit the UPLOAD button and it would quickly (few seconds) push just that one .aspx and then the project .dll saved me a lot of manual labor... THIS is the way that MS should have built the deployment part of VS.NET!
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