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How to configure a Command task in a bamboo.yaml file

Our organization is using bamboo.yaml files to configure our CI/CD environment.

We have several dotnet projects, and we are building them using a combination of msbuild and dotnet build.

We are able to manually create a build plan using a Command task that executes dotnet.exe passing in the build parameters.

We would like to configure this build plan and job with a bamboo.yaml file, but I'm not seeing any documentation explaining how to configure a Command task in yaml. The Java Specs configuration is below. Is there a yaml equivalent?

new CommandTask()
.description("dotnet publish")
.argument("publish -o \".\\bin\""))))



1 answer

You can use the below example YAML commands to execute, Let me know if it works for you.


version: 2
  project-key: TEC
  key: ROCKET
  name: Application  for build
  - Build Stage:
    - Build   Build:
  - clean
  - script:
      - cd C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319
      - dir
      - msbuild C:\Users\user\bamboo-agent-home\xml-data\build-dir\TEC-ROCKET-JOB1\bamboo-specs\ABC.sln /t:Rebuild /p:Configuration=Debug

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