Deploy web parts

There are several ways to deploy web parts, and here I use what I find the simplest for
development purposes, which is to manually copy the web part’s signed assembly (.dll) to the
Global Assembly Cache (GAC), manually add the corresponding <SafeControl> element to
SharePoint’s Web.config file, and then use a site collection’s web-part gallery pages to add the
web part. However, when you’re ready to move your web parts into production, you’ll want to
create a solution package to deploy it to your SharePoint farm. Creating a solution is, unfortunately,
more work than it ought to be. But Microsoft has created an add-in called Windows
SharePoint Services 3.0 Tools: Visual Studio 2005 Extensions, Version 1.1, which as of this writing
can be found at

Among the many features this add-on includes is a template
for creating web parts that will make debugging and deploying your work much easier.


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