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I am currently trying the deployment of the Experience Cloud. Unfortunately, I am encountering the problem with the "Network" and that it cannot find them. I have attached a screenshot from Bitbucket.

However, these files still exist in the branch. Thanks for any feedback and help.

Best regards,

Eric

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The missing metadata according to the error message is stored in the branch. I have attached a picture for this purpose. Retrieving the package.xml for "CustomeSite" and "ExperienceBundle" does not lead to any further results.

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The issue is because you have not added Network metadata to the build. Make sure to add Network metadata along with CustomSite and the ExperienceBundle.

Check the docs here.

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In my case, I've already had Network, Experience Bundle and CustomSites into my commit. The solution was to rename the Network metadata file, adding "-meta.xml" after the extension ".network". See the example below:

Before change: My Community.network

After change: My Community.network-meta.xml

When you do this, git will interpret the My Community.network-meta.xml as a new file to be added and My Community.network as a file to be deleted. After that, the deploy/validation was successful.

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