VSTS Web Deploy Arguments produce error

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I'm deploying an Angular JS app using web deploy on VSTS. I'm also trying to target a specific path on the Azure app service, specifically /home/site/ to deploy the project files.

If not specified, the app will just deploy to /home/site/wwwroot/

To target this specific path, I'm using arguments, here is the argument:

-verb:sync -source:contentPath="$(System.DefaultWorkingDirectory)/Atlas-CI-Develop/atla s-ui/*.zip" -dest:contentPath="D:\home\site\PS.UI"
This is the only place I’m using the attribute verb, source or dest.
I’m getting an error
2017-12-18T20:45:27.4283104Z ##[error]Error: Argument '-verb' may only be specified once.
Jul 23, 2018 in DevOps on Cloud by Hannah
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You can’t specify the -verb parameter if you’ve already used it once in build/release task.

Also -dest, -source will already be specified in the code of build/release task, You just the include them in the task UI.

Regarding the target path, you can add new virtual directory to Azure app service (Application settings=> Virtual applications and directories), then specify Virtual application in Azure App Service Deploy task.

answered Jul 23, 2018 by Kalgi
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