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    Create Signals for Activity Log that show events for successful or failed build/deployments from third party repositories

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  2. Include Azure Pipelines as a Build Provider in future versions of Deployment Center

    When configuring Azure Repos as the source in the GA version of the Deployment Center, we prompt to select either 'Kudu' or 'Azure Pipelines (Preview)' as the build provider.

    The latter option automatically generates Pipelines in Azure DevOps, and can be seen as nice convenience feature.

    Deployment Center (Preview) does not allow this option; it currently only offers 'Kudu' as the build provider, when used with Azure Repos.

    We are aware that it is an option to create pipelines manually from Azure DevOps, but this feature streamlines the experience. It is particularly useful for quick proof-of-concepts.

    We'd like to request…

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  3. Adding variable support on tag field when deploying docker container on WebApp container

    I'm using docker for all the Ci pipeline, that works great.
    But for the deployment pipeline, I would like to deploy the generated docker tag name based on the BuildNumber but actually it's not supported.

    When I set tag $(Release.Artifacts.App.Build.BuildId), the logs

    I can see in the logs:

    2018-11-12T16:21:37.3420228Z Updating App Service Application settings. Data: {"DOCKERCUSTOMIMAGE_NAME":"myregistry.azurecr.io/app:$(Release.Artifacts.Api.Build.BuildId)"}

    The variable is not resolved...

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  4. App Service Certificate

    When you purchase APP Service certificate you also need to specify domain name. Can you change this Domain name later on.

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  5. What Rbac action/permission would allow Azure App Service Network Access Restrictions

    What Rbac action would allow Azure App Service Network Access Restrictions ? We dont want every user to have auth to set/unset ip-rules using 'Networking --- Access Restrictions' for app-services. There is no doc explains which rbac action/permission controls this task ?

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  6. Hook me up

    I need love and ladys. Let's party work and play. Grrr

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  7. How to run custom deployment steps when deploying to App Service for Linux

    Well I hope this is the write place to post this question.
    I came from: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/app-service/containers/quickstart-nodejs

    I am trying to deploy a nodejs app to azure which has custom build steps.

    I would like the deployment to run:
    npm install
    npm build
    After it's deployed

    It seems it only runs npm install --production and then tries to run the file listed in the main field of package.json. Although the source is in typescript so I would need to compile it first.

    I saw here:
    https://github.com/projectkudu/kudu/wiki/Custom-Deployment-Script

    That you can add a .deployment file to call deploy.cmd file which will execute commands.

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  8. Allow cloning to exiting web app

    I would like to have an option to clone my application to another existing web application directly without creating new application service.

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  9. Unable to create WebApp in Isolated plan with new create experience

    In the classic web app creation experience, on selecting an isolated service plan for the new app, the domain name shown below the app name changes from azurewebsites.net to the domain name of the isolated plan.

    This does not happen in the new create form. This means that you cannot enter an app name that has already been added to the azurewebsites.net domain.

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    Thanks for the valid suggestion. Your feedback is now open for the user community to upvote which allows us to effectively prioritize your request against our existing feature backlog and also gives us insight into the potential impact of implementing the suggested feature.

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