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Using Bamboo to build and publish a .NET Core app

I have a .NET Core 2.0 application being built and published to PCF.  I have all my stages and scripts to build and publish to PCF working correctly.  The problem is one of the dependencies nuget package is built by the DotNetCore.Version 2 agent in Bamboo is downloading an older version of the package.  The app is looking for assembly.dll v2.0 but when Bamboo builds the app it publishes assembly.dll v1.0.  The app.deps.json has the correct version number but somehow that does not work.  I tried to add a script to dotnet add the nuget package just before the dotnet publish command but it still download the assembly.dll version 1.0.

Is there anyone who can assist me in figuring how can I get the dotnetcore agent in Bamboo to download the right assembly version when publishing the app?

FYI - I did add the assembly file directly to the source code and to copy it to the bin dir when it builds but the publish command still overwrites this assembly.

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Hi! 

 

Sorry, better way is fix build stages before start deployments and build msi shared artifact

 https://campus.barracuda.com/product/networkaccessclient/doc/77400396/how-to-build-an-msi-package-from-the-exe-installer/

 

then through deployment plan deploy those shared artifacts

 

 

 

 

Cheers,

Gonchik Tsymzhitov

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