Deploy using Powershell

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I am trying to upload a package to a staging area but got this error when I use the command Get-EpiDeploymentPackageLocation:

API call failed! The error was: The remote server returned an error: (500) Internal Server Error.
{"success":false,"errors":["The destination resource group to upload package is missing for project:

What could have been missing?

#225804
Jul 27, 2020 21:12
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Did you call Connect-EpiCloud before calling Get-EpiDeploymentPackageLocation ?

#225828
Jul 28, 2020 8:02
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Yes, I did. This is the script I am using for testing:

Write-Host "Connecting..." 

Connect-EpiCloud -ClientKey PUerL3 -ClientSecret HMNLk1J8
 
Write-Host "Finding deployment location..." 
 
$packageLocation = Get-EpiDeploymentPackageLocation -ClientKey PUerL3 -ClientSecret HMNLk1J8 -ProjectId 45745254-d204

Write-Host $package

I just realized this is not working only for one of my projects. I tested the same script in another project and works correctly. Do I have to "activate" something in the server?

#225839
Edited, Jul 28, 2020 13:36
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It turned out that the storage account was missing. I had to create a ticket to the support team. It is working now :)

#225966
Jul 31, 2020 12:54
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