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Can't upload to simple HTML to SWA using `swa deploy` command

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Make sure you are accessing the URL printed in the console when running swa start!

ℹ️ NOTE: Make sure to enable debug logs when running any swa commands using --verbose=silly

Describe the bug A clear and concise description of what the bug is.

I’m trying to upload HTMLs to the SWA. But nothing will be uploaded.

swa --verbose log deploy --env will --app-name aaabbccc -R ProjectDemo


To Reproduce Steps to reproduce the behavior:

  1. mkdir aa

  2. cd aa

  3. echo 'Hello world' > index.html

  4. swa login


  5. Upload files

    swa --verbose log deploy --env will --app-name aaabbccc -R ProjectDemo


    The SWA is actually not uploaded. I can’t see any error on my Terminal screen.


Expected behavior

I expected to upload files successfully.


See above.

Desktop (please complete the following information):

  • OS: Windows 10
  • Version: 10.0.19043.2130

Additional context

Even I added --verbose log, but I still can’t see more logs. Is there any way to debug swa-cli?

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created a year ago
  • Comments:5 (3 by maintainers)

github_iconTop GitHub Comments

sgollapudi77commented, Nov 9, 2022

Thanks @doggy8088 , we’re closing this issue.

Reshmi-Sriramcommented, Oct 19, 2022

Hi @doggy8088, Apologies for the experience! To begin with, could you please try the command --verbose=silly to be able to see the more logs in the commandline? And regarding the issue, it is a known bug as of now and the team is actively working towards enabling deployment from the root folder (which so happens to be the case for most of the simple HTML apps). You can read more about this here. As an alternative, I’d recommend trying to set up an app-location with the index.html in it and try swa deploy --app-location ... command to see if this works.

Related to #514

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