When you build an application, Visual Studio .NET deploys the ASP.NET Web service. However, in some cases, you need to deploy a Web service explicitly. For example, consider a situation in which you need to transfer the Web service from your development computer to an online server. In this case, you first need to create a virtual directory on the online server. To do this, perform the following steps:
Creating a Virtual Directory.
The Virtual Directory Creation Wizard.
The Virtual Directory Alias Page.
The Web Site Content Directory Page.
The Access Permissions Page.
After you create the virtual directory, you need to copy the required files of the Web service to the directory that is mapped to the virtual directory. In addition, you need to create a subdirectory with the name Bin under the main directory. The Bin folder will contain the assemblies required for the Web service. The files that you need to copy to the main directory are discussed in the following list:
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