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MSB1009 error on Plan Branch

Deleted user Mar 22, 2015

Hi

I'm using elastic bamboo with a custom AMI (installed VS2013, NuGet, OctoPack, etc)

I've setup my .Net solution and it's working great on the default plan. It builds successfully and uploads my nuget package (created using octopack) to my nuget feed.

I've now started using the plan branches:

1st error - Already resolved by atlassian by upgrading bamboo instance (could not create the plan branches)

2nd error - Now, when a change in git is detected on the plan branch, it starts building the branch, but it ends in the error "MSBUILD : error MSB1009: Project file does not exist."

How come this is working on my default plan, but on the branch it's getting this error? The structures are the same because it's just a branch?

How can I resolve it?


Thanks

Francois

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Deleted user Mar 23, 2015

Hi,

I'm doing a NuGet package restore before I do the build.

The argument is : restore "${bamboo.build.working.directory}/MySolution.sln"

This is working for the default plan, but not for the branch plan. Is there a different directory I should use as the working directory for the plan branch?

 

Thanks

I have the same problem. Any solution for this?

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Timothy
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Mar 23, 2015

Can you confirm that the branch build path is the same as the main build plan?

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