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Deploy DOT.NET website changes

Hi Experts,
I worked on a DOT.NET web application made to couple of program and had to write 2 new stored procedures.  This has been tested in Module Office and ready for production deployment.  I am first time deploying such type of application.  What should I do next for my deployment plan?  

I have already created the deployable file (say xxx.csproj_deploy), under that I have Debug folder and xxx.csproj_deploy.wdproj file.  Under Debug folder, I have bin, config, images, obj etc. folders and bunch of *.aspx and *.aspx.resx files.  

Here the question, do I need to deploy the whole xxx.csproj_deploy folder or just the Debug folder?  Before copying in production, I know I have the take backup of the original website.  Whatelse I need to do?  I just would like take all kind of precautions I need to.  Please try to help.  FYI, I am using Visual Studio 2008.  Thank you a bunch in advance.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Hi king2002, roopeshreddy,
Thank you for your response.  I have the deployment project ready, which created xxx.csproj_deploy folder and under that I have Debug folder and xxx.csproj_deploy.wdproj file.  The question is, do I need the whole xxx.csproj_deploy folder for deployment or I can some other files/folder under it?  Please read my initial question, where it is described better way.  Thank you.
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Thank you all for your help.
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