16. October 2017 09:50
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In previous post, We know how to deploy TinyERP to azure using visual studio.
In this article, We will learn how to deploy using FTP.
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We can also public TinyERP to azure manually or automatically to remote ftp server.
- Go to overview information of "tinyerp" app service in azure and get the url of ftp server:
- For the password, We can set it form "Deployment Credentials" of "TinyERP" app service:
- There is another way to get ftp information for this app service form "published profile":
- And the content of downloaded file as:
profileName="tinyerp - FTP"
userPWD="pwd for ftp user" destinationAppUrl="http://tinyerp.azurewebsites.net"
In above XML, There is necessary ftp information for us. What we need to do now is using FTP client, connect to that server and upload your compiled files.
- For now, Let compile your TinyERP to compiled files using existing publish profile in visual studio. This profile will publish TinyERP to you local folder named "<root>/deployment/api" folder:
- This is default name which publish the compiled file to local folder
- This is where the published filed will be stored
- Please select the correct configuration, as this will impact to alot of other system configurations for the system.
- I suggest that we should delete all files. This help us avoiding some problem with out-of-date dlls.
- Click on "Publish" and check the "<root>/deployment/api":
- This is the output of publish process. There is no errors.
- This is published result in destination folder.
- now, let use FTP client and upload these published file to remote ftp server, in this case, I use FileZilla as ftp client tool:
- Let try to run tinyerp from browser:
- There is an other way that we can auto upload compiled files to remote FTP server using FTP publish profile. Let create new FTP publish profile in visual studio:
- Name of publish profile, this was not important.
- This indicates that we use FTP and upload compiled to remote server.
- This is FTP server which compiled files will be deployed to.
- The folder on server, where those files will be located.
- FTP user name
- FTP user password.
- Check in this, if your ftp server require "Passive Mode".
- Click on "Publish" button. Your code will be compiled and deployed to remote ftp server.
- You can see "Hello" in response body. It means your api works well. Let try to call some other api, such as: getting the list of permissions:
- Or create new permission:
The API was written in REST format, for more information, see REST overview
Let continue "Deploy to Azure - Using Power-Shell" in next part.
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