That changes things.
You have to customize the startup script and install locales and local-all following these steps: https://azureossd.github.io/2020/01/23/custom-startup-for-nodejs-python/
Thanks for your reply. We're using Azure app service.
I should have tagged it correctly.
Could you help with the solution?
@Saurabh Thanks for the confirmation. The tags are updated now and I have updated azure-webapps team and someone from the team will assist you.
Appreciates your patience.
I tried what Pierre mentioned in his answer on this thread.
I did the following
When I restart the app from portal.azure.com it works and the locales are installed correctly.
However, when I re-deploy from my local git repository - the startup.sh script fails because it doesn't get the folder /tmp/8d9475bdee165fb as this folder is regenerated with a different name each time I re-deploy the app.
How can I set up the startup script so that I don't have to manually follow the steps to install locales.
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