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First off, I am a complete noob to BuildMaster. This is my first application that I am trying to setup within my organization. It's super simple:

  1. Check out source
  2. Set Assembly Info
  3. Install Nuget packages
  4. Compile

Well the Build fails with message:
'The execution has failed. Select "View Details" for the complete error details.'

I click "View Details" and see:

Execution Initialization

DEBUG: Initializing server 1...
DEBUG: Server FPSRVRDEVBMASTE (ID: 1) initialized.

SCM

1: Get Latest Source from MyApplication to $CurrentDirectory             0.38s  Failed
DEBUG: Source and target directory are the same; splitting...

This is still no help. I think something is wrong with the SCM checkout, but what? What's wrong? What is the error? Is it that "Source and target directory are the same; splitting..." That doesn't seem like an error to me. It is listed as a DEBUG: message. So I click "View Complete Log"

It just gives me the same stuff with a nice pretty black background. But nothing appears to be an error message.

I am used to creating builds in Jenkins where I can view the raw output logs and find a very specific error message at the bottom that indicates why a build fails. From there, you fix and build again. How is one supposed to troubleshoot a failed build in BuildMaster? Where does it tell me what went wrong?

Please help...

Thank you!

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 4.9.7

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We recently stood up a Proget server as [much better] alternative to Nuget.Server for some internal Powershell modules and packages. I'm seeing some caching like behavior that doesn't sound expected though. If we create a package at a particular version number it seems to persist no matter what we do. I've deleted the package from the Proget server, made my package changes, then pushed the updated package, but when pulling and installing the package it's the same original package. Same behavior when overwriting the same version.

This is happening using Powershell 5's PackageManagement module. I've also been sure to delete the local copy of the package from c:\chocolatey\lib as otherwise you can't reinstall the same version anyway. Trying to install the package after deleting it from the server generates and error that it can't be found so it shouldn't be any client-side caching.

Ultimately our goal is to be able to create our packages at the version number matching the actual application but right now we're having to start at a low number and keep incrementing that version number while writing and testing the package installer script.

Product: ProGet
Version: 4.0.10

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Technically it works, but it kinda mess up the project page. Any plan to support scope ?

Product: ProGet
Version: 4.0.10

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Hi,

Is there a way to run a direct command line to call java.
The execute command line uses an executable file.
But I would like to avoid using a wrapper and execute the command line directly.
Is that something doable, I wasn’t able to find documentation concerning that.

I would like to execute something like this :

java -Djava.security.auth.login.config=%INSTALL_DIR%/server/client/auth.conf -cp %CLASSPATH% com.solabs.qm.process.deployer.FileBasedProcessDeployerRunner %1 %2 %3 %4

Thank you,

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 5.0.0

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After installing the new Version I get this error:
Cannot access a disposed object.
Object name: 'SlimMemoryStream'.

Setup was successful (according to last setup step).

My URL: https://devpackages.tts-company.com/

ProGet is IIS hosted.

Product: ProGet
Version: 4.0.11

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On the feeds page there is a count of packages for each feed (both local and mirrored from a connector), however upon clicking on the number only the local packages are shown.

It would be nice to also display mirrored packages.

Product: ProGet
Version: 4.0.10

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Can the internal web server serves icons for the packages?

The nuspec file only reference icons with an HTTP url.

Product: ProGet
Version: 4.0.10

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in VS2015 update 2 Nuget package manager,
it can't show the package that is built from .xproj (.net core project)

However, you still can install it from package manager console.

Product: ProGet
Version: 4.0.10

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Hello. I'm trying to setup a two-stage deployment scenario. Stage 1 is triggered automatically at a certain time, and runs through an application setup and deployment. That is working fine. However, once that happens, I want to be able to push out hotfixes triggered by SCM commits.

The current setup looks something like:
<code>
Release
|-Deployment Workflow
| |-Deployment Build
|
|-HotFix Workflow
|-HotFix Build
</code>

A release is made, a deployment build is triggered, executed, and then finishes. The release remains active, but is stuck in the Deployment Workflow. This means that the HotFix Build cannot be triggered, because the release is in the wrong workflow.

If I manually switch the release's workflow to the HotFix Workflow, SCM triggered hotfixes work as intended. However, as far as I can tell, there's no way to automatically change a release's workflow.

Creating a new release for the hotfixes isn't really an option. I could make a new application specifically for hotfix deployments, and do it that way, but that seems to defeat the entire point of workflows. (Not to mention being a pain.)

Any ideas?

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 4.9.7

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it appears there's path problem when creating new .net application with subversion control.
BuildMaster displays the following error:

Could not find a part of the path 'C:\BuildMaster_SVCTMP\SrcRepos\211.33.40.149_svn_xxxxxx_trunk'.
while xxxxx is my project name.

but I confirmed that the path actually exists!!
How to solve this issue ?
Thanks.

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 5.0.0

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i think this ist not working. Please describe the ritht way to add Markdont in the description feild and render as html

sorry for my english

Product: ProGet
Version: 4.0.9

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For what this setting can be used?

Product: ProGet
Version: 4.0.10

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I saw it is possible for nuget and for npm, but I don't see anything about Maven.

Thanks in advance,

Devis

Product: ProGet
Version: 4.0.10

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Hi

I have a feed where "Strip symbol files from packages downloaded from this feed" are enabled

I have publish a native C++ package to this feed, and when install with Visual Studio 2015 in my project the package still contains the symbols.

dir packages\samplelib.v140.1.0.0-alpha0\build\native\bin\Win32\Debug
04/26/2016  10:45 PM            49,152 SampleLib.dll
04/26/2016  10:45 PM           823,296 SampleLib.pdb

For .NET packages the symbols are strip correctly

Product: ProGet
Version: 4.0.10

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Hi,

I'm trying to push packages using nuget.exe. I've copied the command from the UI, it looks like this : NuGet.exe push "C:\PackageName.1.6.17.nupkg" myapikeyhere -Source https://thenugetserver.com/nuget/nuget

I always get the error:

Failed to process request. 'Request Entity Too Large'. The remote server returned an error: (413) Request Entity Too Large..

So I have an APIKey set on the nuget feed. I gave the rights to anonymous to all the Feeds permissions. I have pretty much all the upload limit variables set up to maximum in the webconfig (httpRuntime maxRequestLength, requestLimits maxAllowedContentLength and even for bindings).

Not sure if the error is relevant or if it's misleading and there is something else wrong ? I can list packages... but I can't push them.

Thanks.

Product: ProGet
Version: 4.0.10

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If we purchased an enterprise license and no longer need enterprise features, can we downgrade to a basic or free license after the enterprise expiration and still have access to the repositories?

Product: ProGet
Version: 4.0.10

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Hi,

I tried using the self-hosted service instead of IIS to setup https for ProGet but so far it's not working. I used the “ReserveUrls” command to reserve https://:443/ (NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM) and I changed the Service to use the parameters /s /urls=https://:443/. The service wouldn't start anymore. If I try to run it using the “run” action from the command line, with the url “https://*:443/”, the program crashes (see screenshot). Would you be able to direct me to a tutorial on how to setup https using the built-in server (not IIS) ? I’m trying to follow this one: http://inedo.com/support/kb/1014/changing-an-inedo-products-url-with-the-integrated-web-server , but obviously it’s not directly targeted at configuring the whole thing like I want it to so if you had any other articles that could fill that gap that would help me a lot.

Update:
After trying to make this work this afternoon, by re-installing the app with and without the GUI (silent install with specific parameters) and messing with the url registration, I came to the conclusion that there is a bug in the application. More specifically in the InedoLib. There is a regex in the WebServerPrefix that has http hardcoded there, so if the URL doesn’t contain http:// then an exception is thrown and it crashes. I don't know if it's "working as intended" and you don't allow the use of https or if it's actually a bug ?

Let me know if it helps you to find the cause of my issue and if you can fix it.

Thanks.

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Product: ProGet
Version: 4.0.10

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After I converted a build to the new OtterScript format, the next build failed with an error:
ERROR: Unhandled exception: System.IO.DirectoryNotFoundException: targetPath not found: C:\BuildMaster_SVCTMP_A5_S6_WRK

The folder (_S6) did contain a "WRK" folder, but not a "_WRK" folder (with the leading underscore).

I created the missing folder, and the next build was successful.

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 4.9.7

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In BuildMaster, I recently converted builds to the new OtterScript process. I don't know if it's related to that or if this was happening before then.

In recent builds, all the files retrieved from TFS (2015) by BuildMaster have a future timestamp in the final deployment directory, and in the artifact ZIP file. The times appear to be GMT/UTC timestamp (4 hours in the future). Our servers (build and TFS) are in the Eastern US (Daylight) time zone and the date/time is correct on all the servers.

The files in the _WRK folder (used by the build process) have the correct current time (actually, the current time at retrieval from TFS).

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 4.9.7

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Hi,

I am experiencing issues when using the NPM feed, where it sometimes cannot find official packages from NPM. Example:
"npm install gulp"

npm ERR! No compatible version found: gulp
npm ERR! No valid targets found.

The specific package is different every time I attempt a "npm install [package]". If I run the "npm install" command a 2-3 times, it works.

If I disable ProGet and go directly to the official NPM registry, everything works fine.

Product: ProGet
Version: 4.0.10

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