AppBuilder Publish & Properties/Version change broken

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  1. Mike Graham
    Mike Graham avatar
    29 posts
    Member since:
    May 2010

    Posted 07 Oct 2014 Link to this post

    Greetings,

    Posting the following in case others have similar issues.

    I am running AppBuilder from Visual Studio.
    I choose menu: AppBuilder/Help/Check for Updates (result is "AppBuilder is up-to-date"
    I try to publish to AppManager/Android (result is message saying upload failed)
    I create a local .APK and try to upload using platform.telerik.com (result is error saying that the version already exists)
    From VS, I choose the icenium project's properties.
    I change the version number from 1.0 to 1.1
    I try to save (result is a dialog asking if I want to save c:\PetroWEB\Main\Source\Lego\LegoMobile\LegoMobile\LegoMobile.iceproj)
    I click "save" button (result is "confirm save as" dialog asking "LegoMobile.iceproj already exists, do you want to replace it)
    I click "yes" button (result is error saying access to path c:\PetroWEB\Main\Source\LegoMobile\.abproject is denied)
    This gives me an idea: I open VS TFS "Source Control Explorer" and manually check out the .abproject file.
    I try to save again, and this time it works !!

    Some Notes:
       * this project is a little weird - VS will display, but won't let me edit index.html (I work around this by editing the index.html using an editor outside of VS)
       * the iceproj has been around for a long time, maybe i need to create a new iceproj to make sure its not a legacy project format issue
  2. Zdravko
    Admin
    Zdravko avatar
    657 posts

    Posted 10 Oct 2014 Link to this post

    Hi Mike,

    Thanks a lot for sharing your findings with our community.
    We really appreciate your feedback and will try to investigate any possible misbehavior while using TFS version control.

    Regards,
    Zdravko
    Telerik
     

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