Using SWA to deploy static web app - how to determine the user under which the app has been created ?

Richard Shea 0 Reputation points

I followed the steps at to use the 'swa' utility to succesfully deploy my static app (I am able to fetch pages from it) but when I go back to my Azure Dashboard I cannot see the app.

I'm guessing the app has been created under some other userid but I can't work out what user id has been used.

I would like to turn the app off and, in addition, I would like to repeat what I did in order to create a swa under the user I wanted to create it for.

How can I see the 'owner' of the static web app I have deployed ?

How can I specify the correct 'owner' when deploying a static web app.

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Azure Static Web Apps
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  1. Richard Shea 0 Reputation points

    I want to provide an answer to my own question.

    I went into 'Resource Groups' and found that a Resource Group had been created based on the name of the static web app (so the app was called 'foo' and the newly created Resource Group was called 'foo-rg') so this is good because I can now remove the web app.

    On further investigation the 'foo-rg' appeared in the swa-cli.config.json. When I changed that to the resource-group I wanted to use and repeated the deployment everything was as I expected it to be.

    Hope this is useful to somebody.

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  2. SnehaAgrawal-MSFT 15,046 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    @Richard Shea Thanks for sharing the resolution that works for you.

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