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In this article Tim Heuer concentrates his attention on RIA Services deployment.

"So you’ve been playing around with Silverlight and WCF RIA Services (the artist formerly known as .NET RIA Services) and you are ready to deploy.  You’ve been living in your happy Visual Studio environment, perhaps even relying on the built-in web server (a.k.a. Cassini) to serve up your pages/XAP to test.  All has been well, you’ve done your testing and you are ready to publish to your server.  You compile one last time and then right-click in Visual Studio on the web project and click Publish.  You push to your IIS endpoint or via FTP and the files deploy.  Sweet!  Now you go visit your site.  And it doesn’t work."

    
Tags: WCF RIA Services , WCF , XAML , Deployment In this article Tim Heuer concentrates his attention on RIA Services deployment.

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Deploying Your Silverlight and WCF RIA Services Application 
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