I have a scenario where I develop a GAE app in my machine (local), then commit it to Bitbucket, which has a pipeline integration with GCP.
My problem is a conflict in the file app.yaml.
In Bitbucket, I have to comment the application and version tags in app.yaml:
# application: devop-sportsys
# version: 1
So the pipeline process is sucessfull. Otherwise, the command gcloud shows this error:
gcloud app deploy -q app.yaml
ERROR: (gcloud.app.deploy) The [application] field is specified in file
[/opt/atlassian/pipelines/agent/build/app.yaml]. This field is not used by gcloud
and must be removed. Project name should instead be specified either by `gcloud
config set project MY_PROJECT` or by setting the `--project` flag on individual
But if I comment the tags, GAE Laucher locally doesn't reconize the project and I have to uncomment.
So I change the file app.yaml many times. When I change the file locally, git commit it to Bitbucket and the pipeline process fails.
- gcloud auth activate-service-account firstname.lastname@example.org --key-file DEVOP-SportSys-228f797382d8.json
- gcloud app deploy -q app.yaml
- gcloud app deploy -q queue.yaml
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