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An ASP.NET Web application was created in C# and you want to deploy it to a host server on the Internet. The application was configured with code-behind pages which are compiled in the build process. What are the essential Web Application files you should deploy to the host?

Copy over the assemblies, .aspx files, the Global.aspx, and the Web.config file to the host.
 
 
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  Copy over the assemblies, .aspx files, the Global.aspx, the Web.config files, and the .cs files to the host.
 
 
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  Copy over only the .csproj file and the .aspx files to the host.
 
 
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  You will need to copy over all the files in the project's directory.
 
 

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Copy over the assemblies, .aspx files, the Global.aspx, and the Web.config file to the host.


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Yes, except that the file is called Global.asax, not aspx.

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