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I'm trying to deploy my first http trigger Function App to Azure.
It was created with the Azure Function extension in VS Code. I use my Bitbucket Repo as a source and the Gradle as build tool.
My functions are working well locally and when i deploy manually I can see my functions in the Azure Functions list.
we are using username and password for azure login.
However when i try to deploy it thru my bitbucket pipeline
I have no error on the deployment itself but I cannot see my functions in the Azure Functions list.
Below is my bitbucket pipeline code:
default: #this runs for any unspecified branches_
name: Install dependencies
- echo 'Display Java version'
- java -version
- bash ./gradlew clean build
name: Function App Deployment
- pipe: atlassian/azure-cli-run:1.1.0
CLI_COMMAND: 'az functionapp deployment source config-zip --resource-group ResourceGroup1 --name FunctionName1 --src build/libs/Application.jar'
@anusha reddy hi . Thanks for your question. You can add DEBUG to see more detailed output. Also before pipe execution you can execute
to see if in the step with pipe you have your files.
Also check that you provide
in artifacts, but your source is just
maybe problem here.
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