Hi, how are you?
I have 3 enviroments (development, staging and production) and when i trying to deploy staging in google cloud app engine with my staging.yaml the console shows the gcp-build command with the message: Building your admin UI with production configuration .
Why is building the admin ui for production enviroment? This is my staging.yaml where NODE_ENV=staging
#database env configs are in .env file
# Update with Redis instance network name
And here the screenshot when i run “gcloud app deploy staging.yaml”
Thanks for you help!
Hi @alexvais, if possible are you able to share a GitHub link to your project? Maybe you have a .env file that has the NODE_ENV set to production.
Thanks @Richard_Nsama for your answer.
I dosn’t have a NODE_ENV property in my .env file.
I set the NODE_ENV in my app.yaml google cloud env_variables like you see.
If i run yarn gcp-build (that runs strapi build) in my local machine, then it’s building ui for DEVELOPMENT enviroment. But when i deploy to GCP, it’s building for PRODUCTION enviroment as i show you in the images.
I fix the error in a very homemade way but i want to find a good solution… I change the package.json and set:
"develop": "strapi develop",
"start": "strapi start",
"build": "strapi build",
"gcp-build": "NODE_ENV=staging strapi build"
But when i want to deploy to production enviroment i need to change the package.json file.
It’s really weird because when I deploy it runs strapi_build for the production environment, but when the application runs, it sets the staging environment.
I think that passing the NODE_ENV variable in my google cloud app.yaml does not change that before doing the deploy it has to do a build and I don’t know where to specify the enviroment correctly to do that build.
I don’t understand why in my local machine it does it for the DEVELOPMENT enviroment and when I deploy it does it for the PRODUCTION enviroment
Do you have any update of this issue?
thanks for helping
Hey @alexvais none yet, unfortunately. I’m going to work on a way to reproduce your configuration on my own GCP and see how best I can help with that.