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"event name should have at least 3 parts separated by slash. Parameter name eventName"

I have an app service, trying to publish the application. But getting an error "event name should have at least 3 parts separated by slash. Parameter name eventName".


This problem I am facing many times, I am using an updated version of Visual Studio
Microsoft Visual Studio Enterprise 2019
Version 16.8.6

please reply to this asap.

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@RavivarmaYaganti-4618, Thanks for the good question!

Apologies for the delay!

Kindly ensure that you’re using the right account linked to your Azure subscription.
To isolate, try to test deploy an app locally via Visual Studio Or/Test deploy the App Service WebApp directly from the Azure Portal.

If it still persists, could you please share a screenshot of the issue after concealing private details?

Please ensure that all the prerequisites are installed and follow these step-steps instructions.

Kindly let us know how it goes. I’ll follow-up with you further.


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Hi ajkuma,

Thanks for your reply, i am working for a client and they just gave me the publisher profile. I am trying to publish using that. I have tried publishing using Azure credentials locally its working fine. But i am not able to publish importing publisher profile. Please suggest me some solution its really urgent.


Thanks
Ravivarma

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@RavivarmaYaganti-2102, Thanks for the additional details.

A publish settings file (.publishsettings) is different than a publishing profile (.pubxml) created in Visual Studio. A publish settings file is created by Azure App Service, and then it can be imported into Visual Studio.

If you haven't done this, kindly try the steps outlined in these doc sections:
Create the publish settings file in Azure App Service (get to re-download as necessary and use)
Import the publish settings in Visual Studio and deploy


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