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Powershell Script Class

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Bamboo version 6.10.4

Powershell version 5.1

I have a Bamboo Task setup as Script Interpreter - Windows PowerShell, Script Location - In Line.

Within the in-line powershell script, I set a few variables, then call .\Test.ps1

After changes are made to the Test.ps1, it is saved, highlighted and run so PS has the updated version in memory.  I need Bamboo to run the new version of Test.ps1 but it is running an old version.  How can I force Bamboo to re-read/re-cache the powershell script?

 

Thanks,

Carl

 

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edwin Rising Star May 26, 2020

Hi @Carl_Davis ,

Is the script being sourced from a code repository? If so, then you may want to clean the build directory.

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