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How to update Azure AppService WordPress blog using Project Nami download page #289

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kppakistan opened this Issue Jun 26, 2018 · 10 comments

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kppakistan commented Jun 26, 2018

Hi,

We have setup an app service in Azure using Project Nami for our Word Press blog. To install new plugins, it is required to update WordPress and it says to update using Project Nami download page. Attached is the screenshot for your reference.

Can you please let us know how can we update WordPress using Project Nami download page, as we don't have any sync button available in appservice on Azure under deployment options. Can we somehow do it manually using the zip file containing updates?

Any help in this regard would be appreciated.

Thank you.
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patrickebates commented Jun 29, 2018

Sorry for the delayed response, seems the notification went to my spam folder.

I suspect you might have installed from the Azure repository, so you have two options. One is to download the ZIP of the latest release from either here on GitHub or from our download page. You could then unpack it and upload it to your site via FTP.

The second, and the one I recommend, is to wire up your Deployment Options to this GitHub repo.
https://projectnami.org/video-updating-project-nami/
Use the settings on that page to configure the Deployment Options of your Azure Web App. Then your sync button will be available to apply future updates.

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grzegorzszypa commented Jul 21, 2018

Hi the video is fine, but how to do it if I installed my wordpress from Azure Gallery, because in this way of deployment, this configuration option is missing?

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patrickebates commented Jul 21, 2018

To confirm, you don't see the following option in your app service?

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grzegorzszypa commented Jul 21, 2018

I see it but this option is not configured If I install it by Azure Portal

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patrickebates commented Jul 21, 2018

Configure it using the settings from the below the video in the post linked above.
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mahfujenam commented Aug 4, 2018

Hi, please help to update my ProjectNami in local server or is it same as WordPress manual update! please help,

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patrickebates commented Aug 4, 2018

Yes, same as WordPress manual update. Download the new release from GitHub and unpack over your existing installation.

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vijaykr0 commented Oct 29, 2018

Why isn't the Azure portal set up to deploy the latest version of project nami in the first place? Why go through so many hoops?

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patrickebates commented Oct 29, 2018

At the time we were last able to update the version of PN hosted within the Azure library, it simply didn't support the commands we could use with the Deploy to Azure system. On top of that, updating the deployment was quite a drill too. They have since moved to a new deployment model within the past year, but we still haven't been able to work out the same ease of use that we have with Deploy to Azure yet.

For creating new sites on existing resources, I would recommend doing what I do myself. Create a new Web App, then set the Deployment Options as listed above. PN will be copied into the site and you can start the WP install as normal.

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