My constant gripe with Azure is the quality of the error messages that it emits. Over the last week I burned days trying to solve a certificate issues that did not exist. Those horrid error messages bit me again while trying to setup automated deployments from Team City to Azure.
I found some great resources to getting Azure deployments working:
Between those 3 blogs I was able to get Team City up and running with automated deployments to Azure. But for one reason the script didn’t work for me. So I’ve created a Gist with the script I’m using for the Azure deployment https://gist.github.com/wavetech/8041146.
Another problem I ran into, circling back to horrid error messages is my build was getting this error:
The certificate with thumbprint was not found.
Ignore that warning! Look deeper, I got caught with trying to fix that error, as it was the first one, but the real error message is:
ResourceNotFound. Message: No deployments were found.
For me, I had the paths wrong for my cspkg for the service I was trying to deploy. So multiple errors, a path issue and a config variable issue. Once I fixed those errors it worked great.