Edi Wang

Azure Developer, Microsoft MVP

Azure DevOps

Incremental Build Number for .NET Core via Azure DevOps

People familiar with the. NET framework knows that we can let the compiler self-increase the version number by specifying AssemblyVersion as 10.0.*. But. NET core and. NET Standard are not. Even with open source projects like MSBump, there are certain flaws. Typically, such a requirement happens on a CI/CD server. Let's take a look at how to easily handle it with Azure DevOps. About Versioning in …

PowerShell .NET Core Azure DevOps

Send Email After Release Deployment in Azure DevOps

By default, Azure DevOps sends an email notification to team members after the compilation succeeds or fails. But in a CI/CD environment, we are more concerned about when the deployment is complete and then conducting manual or automated testing. Let's take a look at how to get Azure DevOps to automatically send mail notifications to team members after a successful deployment. Enter Project …

Azure DevOps

Fix .NET Core Website Failure After Deployment from Azure DevOps

I met a strange problem recently. After configuring the CI/CD pipeline with Azure DevOps and automatically deploy to Azure App Services, the. NET Core Website failed to start. Let's see how we can solve this problem. Find the issue First of all, fortunately, this is a staging environment. I found that the site unexpectedly did not log anything, even log directory cannot be found, which is very …

Azure .NET Core Azure DevOps

Fix Azure DevOps TF14045 Error When Deploy to Azure

I encountered an error when I try to setup CI/CD in Azure DevOps, I tried to deploy a .NET Core application to Azure App Service, but Azure DevOps won't connect to Azure. This is a known issue for Microsoft. Let's see how we can manually setup a connection between Azure DevOps and Azure to workaround this issue. First, the error message I met was: Failed to get resource ID for resource type ' …

Azure Azure DevOps Azure AD

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