what size is the zip file?
Same size as I've been using for over a year, about 1.96 MB.
Sometimes I get "no index.html present" instead, but it's clearly there in the root of the zip file. I have not changed my build/publish process, but PGB has changed theirs. Is there any way I can get more details about this undocumented error?
What tool are you using to create the zip file?
The same tool I've been using successfully for a couple years: 7-Zip. Does this error mean it was unable to unzip the upload? Is it possible to get more info about the error?
Looking at the forum archives of the past couple of years, the same error message was reported several times. Forum participants usually noticed that the upload succeeded after one of these actions:
- re-zip with another tool
- delete the app from PGB and upload a fresh zip file to create the app from scratch again
However, a clear pattern as to what went wrong and how it was corrected is not discernable.
I agree...it would be very helpful to see a list of all possible error messages with their criteria for popping up. But I'm afraid Adobe's priority for such request will be extremely low.
Zipping with a different tool still gave the same failure on upload.
Deleting the app and uploading the same zip to a new app worked. Obviously the old app got into some bad state.
It's very annoying that now I have a new app ID number.
Thanks for your help everyone.
Building a zip file with gulp-zip results in a "no index.html found" message, and puts the app ID into an unrecoverable bad state. Uploading a manually created zip file will not restore the app ID to working, and just yields "Error: upload failed; please try again ". The only option seems to be deleting the app ID and creating a new one.
The gulp-zip created file DOES contain index.html. And I can't tell any difference between it and a manually created one. I can provide both good & bad zip files, if you want.