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"The given path's format is not supported" When running test task

I am new to Bamboo, and I am creating my first project. The set of tasks I am running always fails when the test task is running. I am running bamboo on a win 64 machine.

Here is a picture of the test task. Can someone please tell me Why I am getting that error.

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Hi @Rick Morayniss

Thank you for sharing the screenshot with the description, it is very helpful.

I would need the server logs/build logs (depending on where the error happens) to confirm my assumption, but I think the issue is that you cannot use an absolute path in the container field.

Can you try moving that file to the build folder before that task is run?

Usually, we keep files needed by a build inside its working directory to allow the build to run in different build agents. We do this because agents can have a totally different filesystem structure.

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