Action required: Upgrade your App Service apps to .NET 8 (LTS) by 14 May 2024

Richard Barraclough 6 Reputation points
2024-03-19T14:31:07.5833333+00:00

You keep spamming my boss with this email and yet

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  1. Michael Taylor 47,471 Reputation points
    2024-03-19T15:22:46.4566667+00:00

    Your UX doesn't look anything like what Azure currently shows for that information. In the modern UX under Configuration \ General Settings for a Web App (App Service) you should have Stack Settings section. Under there is Stack where the option should be set to NET. Then under .NET Version you would have .NET 8 (LTS)` as an option. The legacy `NET Core options are not shown anymore. I also don't see any Tomcat options which isn't a NET runtime anyway. This leads me to believe you don't have a standard App Service.

    Since other things may expose a similar set of options can you please walk us through how you got to this screen you're on including what actual resource type it is? Note that you should be editing an existing resource and not creating a new one. If you're creating a new one then let us know that as well.


  2. Richard Barraclough 6 Reputation points
    2024-03-20T10:37:46.24+00:00

  3. Richard Barraclough 6 Reputation points
    2024-03-20T16:14:35.9633333+00:00

    So net8 is there for function apps but not for regular apps.

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    Slipshod.

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