There are no errors on deployment. However my client requires the integration of Veeqo, a stock management software, that has an integration plugin for wordpress.
In the instructions here, I’ve completed both steps 9a and 9b.
Which state that I upload to the wordpress root, a folder, and set its permissions to 755 and 644 on the files it contains. But the above error is still present.
A test was done on a traditional server stack (one click install), which worked.
I’m guessing the error above is because bedrock’s file structure is different to a traditional wordpress architectur, and the bridge file is pointing to an incorrect directory.