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Unable to schedule batch file placed on my local machine using Bamboo

Hi,

I have  batch file which is placed in my local C drive.

Below are the steps that have been followed:

1. Created a new plan , have not linked build plan to a repository.

2. Added Task , task types = 'Script'

3. In script configuration , selected Interpreter = 'Shell', script location = 'Inline"

The issue is with adding command in script body. Every time we run the build its failing.

Below is script command which we are using in script body-

Start /d "C:\Program Files\samples\CLI-run_test_suites.bat"

 

Please let me know issue with script command/

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robhit Atlassian Team Apr 18, 2018

Hi Anand,

"Shell" Interpreter is for Unix based OS, If you are using windows command you should use "Windows PowerShell" or "cmd.exe"

Thanks

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