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Test: Which one to use: Web Project or Web Site?

2. Which of the following ASP.NET web program creation option makes it easy to copy the necessary files to the production machine?



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Correct Answer: A Web Solution
Explanation
If you used the Web Site option, the whole point is to be able to simply copy the entire directory of that web site root to the production machine and it would work fine and will not contain any extra files.
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