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How to define two variables in a bamboo plan?

I wold like to know if I can define two variables in the plan variables, i.e. I'm executing selenium scripts, I have an script with different URL's, in Bamboo plan, I have the following URL variable already defined, but I need to add another different URL, is it possible? and how?




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rsperafico Atlassian Team Apr 03, 2018

Hello @Fatima Sandoval,

If you haven't tried, could you please type in the variable you want to add and its value and hit the Add button?

Kind regards,


Hi @rsperafico thanks for your reply, I tried and yes I can add a new variable, for the script customization I used a xml file in where I define the bamboo Url, if I use multiple url's Can I define in this file all this variables?

The following is my current file with only one URL, if I have multiple variables,

I need to add for example?




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Minh Tran Atlassian Team Apr 05, 2018

@Fatima Sandoval yes you can define multiple variables as you wish but these variables should have different names.

You can follow what @rsperafico suggested you

After defining variables, you can retrieve their values from your script task by ${bamboo.variablename}

If the script is an external file, then you have to use $bamboo_variablename instead

@Minh TranThanks for your reply and the information, I will try that :)

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