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<li class="ulchildlink"><strong><a href="../topics/twpub.html">Publishing your application</a></strong><br />
Publishing involves copying files (projects, resource files, and server configurations) to the correct location for the server to find and use them. In the test environments, these files may already be in the correct location. In some cases, temporary copies of the server configurations may be created. You can either publish your application automatically or manually.</li>