How to use a bamboo variable inside a SSH Task?

I have an SSH Task in my bamboo plan. Inside that, I need to check a bamboo plan variable. How can I do that?

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I hope you have defined a plan variable already. That means you will just have to substitute in your SSH command field of your SSH task like below.

${bamboo.yourVariableName}

Where, yourVariableName is the name of the variable that you have defined.

You can also use Inject Variables task, so that you can define multiple variables from a file that is defined in the following format:

variable1=value1

variable2=value2

Bamboo will then allow each variable to be accessed using the bamboo.inject. prefix followed by the key name.

e.g. echo ${bamboo.inject.variable1}

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