ClickOnce Manifest application in TFS build RRS feed

  • Question

  • Scenario:

    I am using Team Foundation Service as a code repository and source control. I have created a build definition using team explorer (Visual Studio 2012).

    Build "Process" using Default Template configured to Any CPU|Release

    The build is set to "Manual trigger" uses Hosted Build Controller.

    TFS build is unsuccessful if my project use Code Signing and Code manifests.

    In my solution, two projects having "ClickOnce manifests"

    Local build dont have any issues with Code signing and ClickOnce manifests - because Code signing certificate available locally for the build.

    But for the same build in TFS, i get the error "Unable to find manifest signing certificate in the certificate store." (just one error blocking the build)


    How can I install the code signing certificate into "TFS Build Service Account" or "Build service user account"?

    How can I make the code signing certificate to avail in the virtual build machine's certificate store?

    Any alternative to get clean TFS build with Code signing (cetificate.pfx) and ClickOnce Manifests?

    Thursday, April 25, 2013 2:23 PM

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