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Octopus Deploy allows you to run custom...['Octopus.Release.Number'])" | Out-File "bin\version.txt"
The script should be run post deployment. Rather than incrementing the client dependency version - it derives an integer from the octopus release version, so the client dependency version is distinct for each release.
If you need some help setting up Octopus deploy and Umbraco - get in touch with me, via my company website.
public enum DeploymentAction
public interface IDeploymentAdapter
void DeployContent(RuntimeContentModel model, DeploymentAction...)
Logger.Info("Got deployment request");
if (model == null) return;
foreach (var endpoint in _endpoints)
var url = endpoint.EndPoint + "Admin/CmsApi/Deploy";
Logger.Info("Deploy to URL: " + url);
using (var client = new WebClient())
var reqparm = new NameValueCollection
of the Visual Studio solution:
Moriyam.Blog.Umbraco - is Umbraco installed with Nuget
Moriyama.Blog.Site - is my MVC application that I will eventually deploy to Azure websites as the runtime
Moriyama.Blog.Runtime.Umbraco - Stuff to serialise content
- I'll look at how I can render this content as webpages in Umbraco templates. In part 3 I'll look at how to deploy this runtime into production without Umbraco, so I've truly separated my runtime and my CMS.
For those of you still thinking Why