Dynamic Package feed using tenant name

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Glenn Gibson

09 Jan, 2018 11:25 AM

Hi! hope someone can help with this!

We are currently trying to create a deployment that is triggered from a TFS build, we can get this working when specifying a NuGet package feed in the package details section using the drop down list, however when we try to do it dynamically using the tenant name variable it fails with message:

"The version number for step 'deploy content' cannot be automatically resolved because the feed or package ID is dynamic."

The NuGet feed in Octopus is named Content.TenantName, in the project I have set the feed to be "Content.#{Octopus.Deployment.Tenant.Name}" and set the tenant name in TFS on step "Create Octopus Release".

I know the tenant name is being passed correctly as I have set a custom install directory with the same variable, d:\content\#{Octopus.Deployment.Tenant.Name}, and it deploys to the correct location.

I have even tried creating a variable called PackageFeed with the value set to the NuGet feed name and setting this in the project but still get the same error!

Is this expected behaviour or have I set the project up incorrectly?

Thanks!

  1. 1 Posted by Glenn Gibson on 09 Jan, 2018 12:40 PM

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    Iv noticed that i need to be putting the feed ID rather than the feed name!

    if i do the release through octopus using a prompted variable and type: "feeds-tenantname-content" it works fine, however if i try to pass the variable from TFS i get the same error as above!

    in TFS under "Additional Octo.exe Arguments" im putting:

    --variable "Package Feed ID:feeds-tenantname-content"

    is this the correct syntax?

  2. Support Staff 2 Posted by Kenneth Bates on 11 Jan, 2018 11:29 PM

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    Hi Glenn,

    Thanks for getting in touch! I just wanted to reach out here to note that I've replied to your emails, and to confirm if you've gotten this working as expected. :)

    Let me know how you go, and don't hesitate to reach out again if there's anything further we can help with here!

    Best regards,

    Kenny

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