In Jenkins, during build, we encountered missing dlls, lot of them.
the following was checked and seemed ok
- “Enable Nuget Package Restore” was selected.
- nuget.exe had been added to source control.
- the version of the nuget packages was stable
to fix this, you don’t have to check in the packages folder to your repository that jenkins is pulling. Nuget should be able to tell which packages it needs and download any missing ones. Make sure the package file is up to date. The error (below) was a little different but the root issue was the same: missing packages.
The solution ended up being remarkably simple: repeat the steps we perform locally in source control.
- In Visual Studio, open the Source Control Explorer.
- Navigate to the packages folder (it should be on the same level as the projects in the solution).
- Right click and select “Delete”. A small red x should appear next to the name.
- Check in the pending change (deleting the packages folder) and wait.
If all goes well, that automatic build should kick off with the new check in and build successfully.
Note: the first build should take longer than usual as the server has to recreate the packages folder and download all packages.
this can be done from VS 11 and above only.
msbuild.exe MyProject.csproj /p:DeployOnBuild=true;PublishProfile=MyProfile
more details on MSBuild command parameters looked as follows:
/P:PublishProfile=[Name of My Profile (without a file extension)]
/P:PublishProfileRootFolder=”%teamcity.build.checkoutDir%\Source\Web Application\My Project\PublishProfiles” (where your publish profiles are stored)
you need to make the below script and then call it using below syntax
“c:\Program Files (x86)\WinSCP\WinSCP.com” -script=”Script Path”
# Automatically abort script on errors
option batch abort
# Disable overwrite confirmations that conflict with the previous
option confirm off
# Force binary mode transfer
option transfer binary
#if you want to contiue on error. does not abort even the failing command.
option batch continue
#open connection to ftp
# Publish local theme up to server, while deleting obsolete files from server.
#you can ignore this if you just to syncronize.
synchronize remote -delete local_path_where_new_code_is /site/wwwroot ##/site/wwwroot is the destination path
echo Job is complete.