The issue occurs when using Power Platform Build Tools for Azure DevOps. The pipeline failed with the "LIB_EndpointAuthNotExist" error. The problem arises because the task "Power Platform Set Connection Variables" requires a parameter called 'PowerPlatformSPN'. This parameter is a 'Service Connection' that points to an App Registration. The pipeline must be adjusted to include this information to resolve the error.
The Microsoft Power Platform Build Tools are used to automate common build and deployment tasks when working with Power Apps, Power Automate, and Dataverse. These tools are integrated with the Azure DevOps environment, enabling smoother and consistent deployment processes.
Features include the ability to:
In summary, the Power Platform Build Tools provide a streamlined way to manage and deploy solutions within Azure DevOps, supporting a more efficient and reliable application development experience.
Power Platform Build Tools for Azure DevOps is a set of tools to enable automation for Power Platform components in Azure DevOps. It provides the ability to define and manage connections, resources, and authentication between Power Platform components and Azure DevOps. The Power Platform Set Connection Variables task of Power Platform Build Tools allows users to define and manage connection variables for the Power Platform components. Recently, the pipeline failed with the error “LIB_EndpointAuthNotExist”. This is because it requires a ‘PowerPlatformSPN’ parameter which is a ‘Service Connection’ that points to the App Registration in Azure Active Directory. To fix this error, users must create a Service Connection in Azure DevOps that points to the App Registration in Azure Active Directory. This will enable the Power Platform Set Connection Variables task to properly authenticate and manage the connection variables between the Power Platform components and Azure DevOps.
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