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Nuget Push to Klondike Requires Packages Appended to Source and SetApiKey URL

When we upgraded to NuGet 2.8 our PUSH command  starting failing.  The first fix was to appended “packages” to the source URL string like this:

myFeed.com:8080/api/packages

We use the SetApiKey command on our server so we don’t have to explicitly include the API key itself in the push command. After making the change above we had issues with the PUSH command not finding the API key. To fix this, we appended “packages” to the source argument of the SetApiKey command like this:

nuget setApiKey myApiKey -Source myFeed.com:8080/api/packages

Everything then worked fine as before.

Print | posted on Tuesday, July 8, 2014 10:47 AM |

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