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How to use global variable for Bamboo in the Redgate DLM Automation plugin

Hard-coded a SQL Server name in the Redgate DLM Automation plugin = "Server" text box.

Prefer to use a global variable but plan fails to get value out of a global variable.
%Global_Variable_Name% and ${bamboo.Global_Variable_Name} in the "Server" text box.
Both failed.

Expected outcome: during an execution of the plan the value of the global variable should be used.


2 answers

Hi Omar,

Didn't work.

...Local parameters [connectionString = Data  11-May-2018 14:58:25 Source=${MUD_AWS_BUILD_MACHINE_NAME};Initial Catalog= 

My build plan didn't substitute a global variable name with its value.

Any ideas?

Hi @Sergei, you can try viewing the task logs, there is a print with all variables global and local.

Check the name of the variable, some plugins use the variable name like this ${bamboo_variable_name}.


Omar H.

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