Azure Tools version mismatch

Jack Handy asked on October 7, 2015 00:10

I'm trying to deploy a Kentico 8.0.19 site to Azure and having a terrible time. To try and make things easy, I'm trying to deploy a brand new (no customizations) site. I've installed a new 8.0 project (as Azure) with the .19 hotfix. Then I followed the directions according to the docs. The project seems to be configured to use Azure 2.1 but has some assembly version mismatches right out of the gate (the docs say it should use Azure 2.2, and some references point to the LIB folder and others pick up from NuGet). I upgraded the project to use 2.2 which seemed to help a little, but now when I build, I get a message from the Azure .targets file:

WAT080 : Failed to locate the Windows Azure SDK. Please make sure the Windows Azure SDK v2.1 is installed. C:\Program Files (x86)\MSBuild\Microsoft\VisualStudio\v12.0\Windows Azure Tools\2.2\Microsoft.WindowsAzure.targets

The targets file that's complaining is the 2.2 version - I'm not sure what's trying to locate 2.1.

Any ideas?

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Timothy Fenton answered on October 21, 2015 16:31

Hello CJ

I see that you already resolved this issue through a support request. Just wanted to post an update here that it seems like it is related to the order of which you install azure sdk 2.2. I am not sure if you had already installed azure sdk 2.2 before you started, however this is definitely a requirement. You should install Azure SDK 2.2, restart server / pc then install the kentico azure project and deploy.

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