Publish

Attention

Ensure that the destination server has the same .NET version Hosting Bundle.

Note

This guide assumes you have already created the Atlas Databases, run the ETL to populate the database, and added your database connection as specified in the configuration guide

∞ Deploy to IIS

Deploying the build of Atlas from your /out directory is simple. If you are doing an update or redeploying, a few services should be stopped before copying in the new build.

First, stop solr search engine.

In window services, find and stop “solr”, or use this command in your cmd terminal.

net stop solr

Next, stop the Atlas website in IIS, or use this command in your cmd terminal.

Powershell.exe -Command "Stop-Website -Name atlas"

Then stop the Atlas pool in IIS, or use this command in your cmd terminal.

Powershell.exe -Command "Stop-WebAppPool -Name atlas"

Now, copy the contents of the /out folder onto the atlas website folder (probably C:\inetpub\wwwroot\atlas) on your server.

Turn all the services on in reverse order that you used in turning them off.

Powershell.exe -Command "Start-WebAppPool -Name atlas"
Powershell.exe -Command "Start-Website -Name atlas"
net start solr

Note

It is possible your app pool and website will have a different name than give here. Check your IIS Manager to see the exact names to use in your case.