my netlify site name:
the error message displayed:
Something went wrong.
no build problems on netlify ( build succeeded)
between this is a redwoodjs tutorial workshop for building a full stack web app. (server-less)
Hey there, thanks for reaching out.
What you are describing sounds like it could be an issue with case sensitivity on our system.
Can you give this a read through and let us know if that fixes the issue?
Are you struggling to understand why your project runs locally but errors out with missing files or logs that point toward issues with case when you try and build on Netlify? You are not alone. Often, case (as in: UPPERCASE or lowercase letters in filenames or paths) can cause problems. Here is a guide to understanding how case sensitivity issues present themselves, why they arise, and how you can fix them!
1. Errors you might see
Case sensitivity issues can be frustrating to debug because som…
@perry this seems like a lot of works . however I will give it a try and reach out to this thread whenever I got updates related to this issue.
I got one more remark following the strange behavior of the deployed app, is that when accessing it, it shows up the content and quickly display the error message; do you think it’s related to case-sensitive system, which is Linux as you claimed earlier.
@ismailalabou. I’m seeing errors in the function logs for that site here:
You will need to troubleshoot those errors as they are the source of this issue.
@luke, I think you mean this:
is there some plugin/extension/addons, I can intergrade with site so they can help me troubleshoot this problem?
Hi there, after looking at this, i think this is a local issue and not so much a netlify problem. Have you been able to run this locally? if not, you might talk to someone from RedwoodJS.
hello again, I did mention that the web app was running locally properly (correctly without problems), if that answer your question.
@ismailalabou , are you still dealing with this or were you able to resolve your issue?