I'm trying to use continuous integration in tfspreview, but getting an error for the xml in the request.
An attempted http request against URI https://management.core.windows.net:8443/..../services/hostedservices/..../deploymentslots/..../?comp=upgrade returned an error: (400) Bad Request. Additional Exception Information: Error Code: InvalidXmlRequest Message: The request body's XML was invalid or not correctly specified. The Upgrade Deployment operation threw an unexpected exception. Upgrade Failed for the .... Slot of the .... Hosted Service. The existing deployment will be deleted and the new deployment will be deployed.
Where can I find the xml request, and has anyone managed to perform an automatic build and upgrade from TFS preview?
- Edited by Knut Meltzer Friday, July 06, 2012 10:16 PM
the Windows Azure Training Kit - http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/develop/net/other-resources/training-kit/ - contains a sample called 'Publishing ASP.NET Applications with Windows Azure Web Sites and Team Foundation Service' and it works great if you follow the instructions. I also found it easy to just follow the instructions in the portal after clicking 'Set up TFS publishing' on the service dashboard (under 'quick glance').
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I have this same issue with respect to a web service, not web site.
I have created a bug report on MS Connect here:
Please up vote to ensure it gets visibility. Thanks.
I can confirm that indeed this has been fixed.