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Why Can't I Change The Web App Content Via The App Service Editor

I've created a Java web app, and I've tried using the App Service Editor to change the content on the page. I'm unable to do so. Why's that?

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@DigitalVerto-8326, To assist you better, could you please let us know what exactly happens when you edit the content via App Service Editor? Just to clarify, is the page not loading? Do you receive any error message? Or the modified content does not appear as expected?
Was it working fine when you first deployed the app or the issue occurred only the successive access? (I understand you have mentioned that you just created a Java Web App)


You could capture a network trace via F12 developer tools in the browser to fetch more details on the error.
App Service Editor is available on Windows Apps. If you're running on Free App Service Plan, then you may review the storage "quota".
- I just tried, the App Service Editor is working fine. You may consider switching to different browser (as a test) and then try.

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I downloaded app.jar to my laptop, and I then edited the html files inside. I dragged those specific files into the wwwroot folder and ran the web app, but the new content didn't appear. The page stayed the same as it is initially deployed. How do I modify the app.jar file, so that my new content appears in the web app?

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@DigitalVerto-8326, Kindly let us know, we will be more than happy to assist you further.


Additionally- You can use Azure Web App Plugin for Maven to deploy your .jar (or .war) files. Deployment with popular IDEs is also supported with the Azure Toolkit for IntelliJ or Azure Toolkit for Eclipse.

Quickstart: Create a Java app on Azure App Service

Configure a Java app for Azure App Service

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@DigitalVerto-8326, thanks for sharing more details.

You may copy (drag and drop the file into the site root d:\home\site\wwwroot\ folder) the via Kudu console (https://<yourwebpp-name>**.scm.**azurewebsites.net/) (From “Debug console” > select CMD).

Now, ensure that the jar package name configured in web.config is the same as the uploaded jar package name (configured to run the .jar file in web.config).

Also, kindly see this similar discussion thread - how to deploy jar file to azure?


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