how to fix fastlane error: Keystore file 'keystore.jks' not found for signing config 'externalOverride'.?

Issue

Am new to fastlane, when I write the command for deploy the app to internal test its show me the following error:

FAILURE: Build failed with an exception.

  • What went wrong:
    Execution failed for task ‘:app:validateSigningRelease’.

    Keystore file ‘/Users/rooh/.gradle/daemon/5.1.1/keystore.jks’ not found for signing config ‘externalOverride’.

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Deprecated Gradle features were used in this build, making it incompatible with Gradle 6.0.
Use ‘–warning-mode all’ to show the individual deprecation warnings.
See https://docs.gradle.org/5.1.1/userguide/command_line_interface.html#sec:command_line_warnings

It seems that the error because the location of the keystore, I already put the keystore in app file of the project, I did that in other project and its work fine, but in this I dont know why its not working

I also tried to change the keystore location but still

this lane in fastfile:

desc "Deploy a new internal version to the Google Play Store"
lane :internal do
gradle(task: "clean")


gradle(
  task: "assemble",
  build_type: "Release",
  print_command: false,
  properties: {
    "android.injected.signing.store.file" => "keystore.jks",
    "android.injected.signing.store.password" => "*****",
    "android.injected.signing.key.alias" => "alias",
    "android.injected.signing.key.password" => "*****"
    }

)

changelog = prompt(
text: "Changelog: ",
multi_line_end_keyword: "END"
)


supply(
  track: "internal",
  apk: lane_context[SharedValues::GRADLE_APK_OUTPUT_PATH].to_s
)
upload_to_play_store(track: "internal")
end

Solution

As @Rooh Al-mahaba says, I had to supply the complete filepath as the value for "android.injected.signing.store.file".

Also, ~/ didn’t work; I needed to explicitly spell out the full filepath.

Answered By – Josh

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