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Created Dec 18, 2017
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Azure AppService deployment node-based build script
@if "%SCM_TRACE_LEVEL%" NEQ "4" @echo off
:: ----------------------
:: KUDU Deployment Script
:: Version: 1.0.15
:: ----------------------
:: Prerequisites
:: -------------
:: Verify node.js installed
where node 2>nul >nul
IF %ERRORLEVEL% NEQ 0 (
echo Missing node.js executable, please install node.js, if already installed make sure it can be reached from current environment.
goto error
)
:: Setup
:: -----
setlocal enabledelayedexpansion
SET ARTIFACTS=%~dp0%..\artifacts
IF NOT DEFINED DEPLOYMENT_SOURCE (
SET DEPLOYMENT_SOURCE=%~dp0%.
)
IF NOT DEFINED DEPLOYMENT_TARGET (
SET DEPLOYMENT_TARGET=%ARTIFACTS%\wwwroot
)
IF NOT DEFINED NEXT_MANIFEST_PATH (
SET NEXT_MANIFEST_PATH=%ARTIFACTS%\manifest
IF NOT DEFINED PREVIOUS_MANIFEST_PATH (
SET PREVIOUS_MANIFEST_PATH=%ARTIFACTS%\manifest
)
)
IF NOT DEFINED KUDU_SYNC_CMD (
:: Install kudu sync
echo Installing Kudu Sync
call npm install kudusync -g --silent
IF !ERRORLEVEL! NEQ 0 goto error
:: Locally just running "kuduSync" would also work
SET KUDU_SYNC_CMD=%appdata%\npm\kuduSync.cmd
)
goto Deployment
:: Utility Functions
:: -----------------
:SelectNodeVersion
IF DEFINED KUDU_SELECT_NODE_VERSION_CMD (
:: The following are done only on Windows Azure Websites environment
call %KUDU_SELECT_NODE_VERSION_CMD% "%DEPLOYMENT_SOURCE%" "%DEPLOYMENT_TARGET%" "%DEPLOYMENT_TEMP%"
IF !ERRORLEVEL! NEQ 0 goto error
IF EXIST "%DEPLOYMENT_TEMP%\__nodeVersion.tmp" (
SET /p NODE_EXE=<"%DEPLOYMENT_TEMP%\__nodeVersion.tmp"
IF !ERRORLEVEL! NEQ 0 goto error
)
IF EXIST "%DEPLOYMENT_TEMP%\__npmVersion.tmp" (
SET /p NPM_JS_PATH=<"%DEPLOYMENT_TEMP%\__npmVersion.tmp"
IF !ERRORLEVEL! NEQ 0 goto error
)
IF NOT DEFINED NODE_EXE (
SET NODE_EXE=node
)
SET NPM_CMD="!NODE_EXE!" "!NPM_JS_PATH!"
) ELSE (
SET NPM_CMD=npm
SET NODE_EXE=node
)
goto :EOF
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:: Deployment
:: ----------
:Deployment
echo Handling node.js deployment.
:: 1. KuduSync to DEPLOYMENT_TEMP
call :ExecuteCmd "%KUDU_SYNC_CMD%" -v 50 -f "%DEPLOYMENT_SOURCE%" -t "%DEPLOYMENT_TEMP%" -n "%NEXT_MANIFEST_PATH%" -p "%PREVIOUS_MANIFEST_PATH%" -i ".git;.hg;.deployment;deploy.cmd"
IF !ERRORLEVEL! NEQ 0 goto error
:: 2. Select node version
call :SelectNodeVersion
:: 3. Install npm packages
IF EXIST "%DEPLOYMENT_TEMP%\package.json" (
pushd "%DEPLOYMENT_TEMP%"
call :ExecuteCmd !NPM_CMD! install
IF !ERRORLEVEL! NEQ 0 goto error
popd
)
:: 4. Build the website
IF EXIST "%DEPLOYMENT_TEMP%\scripts\build.js" (
pushd "%DEPLOYMENT_TEMP%"
echo "Building web site"
call npm run build
if !ERRORLEVEL! NEQ 0 goto error
popd
)
:: 5. KuduSync to DEPLOYMENT_TARGET
echo "Syncing site to Deployment Target"
call :ExecuteCmd "%KUDU_SYNC_CMD%" -v 50 -f "%DEPLOYMENT_TEMP%\build" -t "%DEPLOYMENT_TARGET%" -x true -i ".git;.hg;.deployment;deploy.cmd"
IF !ERRORLEVEL! NEQ 0 goto error
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goto end
:: Execute command routine that will echo out when error
:ExecuteCmd
setlocal
set _CMD_=%*
call %_CMD_%
if "%ERRORLEVEL%" NEQ "0" echo Failed exitCode=%ERRORLEVEL%, command=%_CMD_%
exit /b %ERRORLEVEL%
:error
endlocal
echo An error has occurred during web site deployment.
call :exitSetErrorLevel
call :exitFromFunction 2>nul
:exitSetErrorLevel
exit /b 1
:exitFromFunction
()
:end
endlocal
echo Finished successfully.
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@John-Blair John-Blair commented Oct 28, 2019

Hi,
I stumbled across this while looking for a way to copy a folder between a test and live app service on Azure.
Do you know if kudusync can be used to do this and how can i use it in a pipeline to do it?

Also I don't understand the point of the manifest files above - and why you set next and previous to be the same?
What does the content of this manifest file look like?

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/58580956/how-to-copy-a-folder-from-a-test-app-service-to-a-live-app-service-on-azure/58582499#58582499

Thanks.

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@alindgren alindgren commented Oct 29, 2019

@John-Blair Good question. I'm not sure why I set NEXT_MANIFEST_PATH and PREVIOUS_MANIFEST_PATH to be the same or if that's even needed. Maybe it was part of the boiler plate generated by kuduscript -- I don't remember. I did write about what I did in a post which you can view at https://alindgren.github.io/2017-12-17-deploying-to-azure-app-service-with-custom-build-script/ According to that, I actually ignore the manifest. I think I just copy everything from a temp build folder to the deployment target.

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@John-Blair John-Blair commented Oct 29, 2019

Thanks for the feedback! I managed to get my copy folder across app services working using kudo's zip directory feature - powershell script in link in original comment.

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