The Build .NET Project action launches MSBuild to build a project (for example, a .csproj file for a C# project).
.NET Framework Version
Specifies the version of the .NET Framework which will be used to build the project. This is
not the version that the project is build against, only the version of MSBuild which
is invoked. Unless there is a specific reason to use an older version, it is recommended
that you leave this value set to (auto detect), which will use the latest available version.
Project Build Configuration
The project's configuration that will be built. Typically this is either Debug or
Release, but you may specify any configuration defined in the MSBuild project.
The target platform of the project to be built. Typically this is a processor architecture
such as x86 or x64, but you may specify any platform defined in the MSBuild project.
If (Default) is used, the default platform for the project is built.
Application Project Path
The path to the project file to build (for a C# project, this will be the .csproj file).
This may either an a relative path from the Source Directory, or an absolute path.
This is a Web Applicatin Project
Check this box if you are building an ASP.NET web application.
Optionally provide any additional properties you would like to pass to MSBuild. Specify
one property/value pair per line. For example: