Live deploy with Ionic Pro doesnt work (But worked before...)


#1

HI there,
I set up the whole Ionic Pro SDK to deploy live updates to my app via my GitHub-Branches.
Everything worked fine in the beginning. Then i tried to use manual updates with the DeployApi and everything stopped working.

When i init the plugin with Pro.init(); i see the following errors in my console:

api.ionicjs.com/monitoring/XXXXXXXX/u:1 Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 ()


vendor.js:76547 Unable to ID user Objectresponse: error: link: nullmessage: "404 Not Found: The requested URL was not found on the server.  If you entered the URL manually please check your spelling and try again."type: "NotFound"__proto__: Objectmeta: request_id: nullstatus: 404version: "2.0.0-beta.0"__proto__: Object__proto__: Objectstatus: 404__proto__: Object
(anonymous) @ vendor.js:76547

When i try to trigger a manual update, i see the following error in my android log:

06-17 09:31:29.141 28961 30248 I IONIC.DEPLOY.CHECK: Checking for updates
06-17 09:31:29.142 28961 30251 I IONIC.DEPLOY.endpoint: /apps/XXXXXXX/channels/check-device
06-17 09:31:29.142 28961 30251 I IONIC.DEPLOY.channel_name: Test
06-17 09:31:29.142 28961 30251 I IONIC.DEPLOY.app_id: XXXXXXX
06-17 09:31:29.142 28961 30251 I IONIC.DEPLOY.device: {"binary_version":"3.6","platform":"android"}
06-17 09:31:30.232 28961 30251 I IONIC.DEPLOY.POST_CHECK_ERR: https://api.ionicjs.com/apps/XXXXXXXX/channels/check-device
06-17 09:31:30.233 28961 30251 I IONIC.DEPLOY.PARSEUPDATE: Unable to check for updates.

When i take the requested URLs and try them in the Browser manually, i just get an error response:

{"error": {"link": null, "message": "404 Not Found: The requested URL was not found on the server.  If you entered the URL manually please check your spelling and try again.", "type": "NotFound"}, "meta": {"status": 404, "request_id": null, "version": "2.0.0-sdlc-beta.0"}}

So, does anyone have any clues?

Its driving me crazy…

Thank you
Skee


#2

DId you ever resolve this? Seeing this now.