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I upgraded from visual studio 2008 to 2012 recently. I'm wanting to publish this asp.net website to my webserver. In VS 2008 I would just go to the build menu and select publish. There is no publish in the build menu in VS 2012. How do I publish this site?
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by:käµfm³d 👽
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I don't have access to my Express instance at the moment. Check the "Website" menu. If it's not there, then try right-clicking your project in the Solution Explorer and see if the option is there.
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I don't see it in either of those menus. I've attached screenshots in case I'm just blind.
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by:CodeCruiser
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You have to right click the Project in solution explorer

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd465337.aspx
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by:David11011
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Thanks for the comments himanshut and CodeCruser. Sorry, but I've tried both of those suggestions and posted screenshots about 3 posts back. I'm surprised that more people haven't run into this issue before.
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In the screenshot that you posted (solution-explorer.png), you have right clicked on solution. My suggestion is to right click on PROJECT.
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I tried clicking on the project and it isn't here either.
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