I am trying out Octopus 126.96.36.1991.
I successfully pushed a nuget packet to the built-in Nuget-Server of Octopus.
However when I use the NuGet Test feature, I get the above error.
I used the same url that was suggested to push the packet: http://[our ip address]/Octopus/nuget/packages
Obviously the [our ip address] contains the actual ip address and not the string “[our ip address]”, I just did not want to publish it here.
Am I using the built-in NuGet server the wrong way?
How am I supposed to be able to see it’s contents?
Thank you for your help.
Thanks for the report. Could you share a screenshot of the page when the error occurs?
It looks like this:
The above error occurs after I press Search. It does not matter if I type in a package name or not. The same error shows up.
Yesterday, I had the same error message when I selecting the built-in Nu-Get server in a “Deploy a NuGet packet” deployment step. But today that seems to work ok.
I hope this helps.
Can you send me a screenshot of your NuGet tab, with the list of packages?
This is the list from the NuGet repository configured as a directory. The built-in repo does not show me any packages, only the error message I sent you.
Sorry, I wasn’t clear. Can you send me a screenshot of the list of NuGet feeds? The page that you see when you click on the Configuration area, and then the NuGet tab.
Here you go.
I never noticed the Test>> button for the Built-In NuGet server. That test does show me the packages.
I am sorry for the confusion. I got rid of the entry “Built-In NuGet Library”.
I think that resolves the issue. (You helped me by just having me look at that page again)
Thanks Torsten, we’ll look at how we can make using the built-in feed clearer!