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Additional file msbuild.exe command line

I need to add an additional file to a msbuild process.

Is it possible to add an command line argument in the MSBuild configuration options in Bamboo , which takes another csproj file?

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Minh Tran Atlassian Team Apr 05, 2018

@bng Yes you can define multiple tasks in the same job for that purpose

  • The first task is to check out the repository that contains the csproj file you want to pass to msbuild.exe
  • The second task is to the script task, you can run the msbuild.exe from the the above checkout folder with the argument pointing to the relative path of csproj file

I hope this helps you

Thank you for your answer!

My Problem is that i have two csproj files for one Visual Studio project.  

In the first task i need the first one and in the second task i need the other one.

Do you have an example of such an argument?

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