Updating your Azure WebJob using the Kudu Console

So you’ve already published your shiny Webjob to Azure either using Visual Studio 2013 publishing awesome-ness or ‘manually’ using the Azure management portal, and now you want to update it.

There’s a super-easy way and thats using the Kudu console.

Login to the Kudu console for your web app using the url shown below;

https://{webapp name}-scm.azurewebsites.net


From the Debug Console menu, choose PowerShell…


and navigate to the folder location of your Webjob, note that you must navigate to its persistent location rather than the transient one used when an instance of your webjob executes.


So, first step is to build your Webjob and zip-up all of the required files from your projects ./bin/[debug/release] folder.

Next, drag the .ZIP file from Finder/Explorer and drop it into the right hand side of the folder view in Kudu…


Once dropped, Kudu unzips the .ZIP file into the Webjob location….

And thats it, job done.


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Phil Harding

SharePoint Consultant, Developer, Father, Husband and Climber.

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