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Release version in VS 2008

Posted on 2011-03-04
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Hi,

I have created the solution with about 30 projects in the solution and just about to do a final build so we can release all the binaries to the live environment. The only thing I'm not sure about is how to set the config setting to release for all the project in the solution. Can somebody tell me how this works? Do I set this on the project level or solution level? and what are the differences between selecting these settings:
Active(Debug)
Debug
Release
All Configuration
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by:pasolo
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Not from there.
Go to Build on the main menu, select Configuration Manager and make selections from there.
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SO for the production should choose "Release" option?
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In Build/Configuration select Release for each project.
After doing that you will see that in Solutions Explorer each project is set to Release when you call the Properties.

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