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I don't understand which ZIP file my pipeline is reffering to

Deleted user Mar 08, 2019

I'm trying to deploy an angular app as a web app to azure with this .yml

# Only use spaces to indent your .yml configuration.
# -----
# You can specify a custom docker image from Docker Hub as your build environment.
image: node:10.14

- step:
- node
script: # Modify the commands below to build your repository.
- npm install
- npm build
- pipe: microsoft/azure-web-apps-deploy:1.0.1
AZURE_APP_ID: **************
AZURE_PASSWORD: ***********
AZURE_APP_NAME: 'Application'
ZIP_FILE: '?? which zip file ??'
# SLOT: '<string>' # Optional.
# DEBUG: '<boolean>' # Optional.

I'm having trouble understanding which ZIP_FILE this is targeting? Is the build generating this zip file or should I have it uploaded somewhere? I can see this error when building:

INFO: Starting deployment to Azure app webapp deployment source config-zip --resource-group Application --name Application --src app.zipERROR: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/opt/atlassian/pipelines/agent/build/'Traceback (most recent call last):

Any help? I can't find any valuable documentation.


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Raul Gomis Atlassian Team Mar 09, 2019

Hey @[deleted] ,

You need to create an artifact (zip file) of your application to deploy it to Azure Web Apps.

You can check this example:



Deleted user Mar 10, 2019

Great! Thanks a lot for your answer, this helped me out!

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Great answer - but there's an issue with the "zip" command, as it doesn't appear to use the variable to name the zip file, but rather just uses the actual text. Any tips here?

ignore me - I figured out what I was doing wrong (changed the filename, but forgot to change the "artifacts" directive). Thanks for the solution! 👍🏼

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@geoffrey-ttro hi.
What do you want to be updated in documentation?
Regards, Igor

@Igor Stoyanov it should mention that a prior step is necessary to create the Zip artifact of the repository, like the example shows in the Microsoft repository in the accepted answer.

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@geoffrey-ttro  Thanks for feedback, we will update the documentation.

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