Azure Deploy Fails at \appsettings.json


#1

I just found Radzen tonight and I am very excited about the product. I have an app that is running fine locally, but it stalls during the Azure upload.

It seems the app has connected to my Azure app because I can see the file structure when I connect via FTP, but the deploy fails at the following point.

radzen: Deploying...
radzen: Reading connection strings
radzen: Saving connection strings in appsettings.json
radzen: Creating temporary deploy folder
radzen: Copying client app to deploy folder
radzen: Copying server app to deploy folder
radzen: Connected to waws-prod-dm1-073.ftp.azurewebsites.windows.net
radzen: Deleting content of /site/wwwroot ...
radzen: Content of /site/wwwroot deleted
radzen: Uploading 0% (0 of 277), \appsettings.json
radzen: Error: Passive socket timeout
radzen: Error: Passive socket timeout
radzen: Error: Passive socket timeout

Any suggestions to make this work would be appreciated.

From my FTP client the appsettings.json is visible with a 0 file size.


#2

Hi David,

Unfortunately sometimes the FTP connection times out and the workaround is to use Deploy to ZIP option and upload manually using your favorite FTP tool. For Azure the ZIP should be extracted in site/wwwroot. If the application is hosted in the root you should set Base Href to “/” when deploying to ZIP.

Best Regards,
Vladimir


#3

Hi David,

There is another option also. Use our Deploy to ZIP and upload the ZIP file directly.

Best Regards,
Vladimir