1/ Developer push code to TFS and it will send signal to CI server if it is a watching branch (in our case the branch is develop-int).
2/ CI server will carry on tasks, continue every next task when current task has no error. Finally, it will publish an artifact that is ready for CD server.
3/ CI server will trigger CD to start working and finally deploy the published artifacts if everything go smooth.
1/ Create a Deployment Group
2/ Run script at deploy server
1/ Create a new release template with “IIS Website and SQL Database Deployment”
2/ Add an artifact – Source Type: Build – Default version: Latest from specific branch
3/ Add a trigger for artifact – Enable: true – Build branch: master
4/ Add a trigger for environment – Artifact filters: Enable – Add: Sitefinity Demo, master branch
5/ Edit Deployment Group phase – Select Deployment Group
6/ Update IIS Web App Manage – Configuration Type: IIS Website – Action: Create Or Update – Website name: SitefinityDemo – Add Binding: port:80 – Physical Path: %SystemDrive%\inetpub\wwwroot\SitefinityDemo – … (have proper Website setting)
7/ Edit IIS Web App Deploy – Select Package or Folder: $(System.DefaultWorkingDirectory)/Sitefinity Demo/drop – Remove Additional Files at Destination: true – Take App Offline: true
8/ Add a inline PowerShell Script – Arguments: 'IIS_IUSRS' '$env:SystemDrive\inetpub\wwwroot\SitefinityDemo' – Inline Script:
9/ And you are done!