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Getting build compilation errors when trying to running bamboo job task

i am getting below two errors while running job using bamboo CI
Error 1:

E:\bamboo-argument home\xml-data\build-dir fremework.csproj error: this project references Nuget packes that are missing on thiis computer
System.Data.SQLite.Core.targets

Error 2:

C:\program Files x(86) \MSbuild\14.0\bin\amd64\microsoft.common.currentVersion.targets :error MSB6003. The specifed task executable "cmd.exe" could not be run
the working directory "..\solution bin\"" does not exists [E:\bamboo-agent-home\xml-data\build-dir\IR-MuTE-New\UIproject.framewrk.csproj]

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Hi Bharat

The first error seems to be related to Package Restore configuration, the following Microsoft documentation explains how it works and how to set it properly:

In the second error, seems that MSBuild is not being able to find the "..\solution bin\" folder in the build directory. 

I'm not a C# specialist but you might need to add a system variable instead of a relative path (or just make sure the relative path do exist) to this property, please see the example below:

...
    <OutputPath>$(bamboo_working_directory)\Binary\</OutputPath>
...
  <Target Name="Build">
    <MakeDir Directories="$(OutputPath)" Condition="!Exists('$(OutputPath)')" />
    <Csc Sources="@(Compile)" OutputAssembly="$(OutputPath)$(AssemblyName).exe" />
  </Target>
...

 Reference: How to: Use Environment Variables in a Build

In the example above, I'm using a bamboo variable to get the bamboo buil working directory path.

Did you try to run this same build from outside Bamboo? Did it work?

thanks.

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