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variable could assign in the script

The bamboo deploy tasks:

variable name downtime_id 

value null



script location: inline

#!/usr/bin/env bash
start=$(date +%s)
end=$(date -d "+1 day" +%s)

echo $start
echo $end
echo ${bamboo.local_deploy_environment}
echo ${bamboo.DD_API_KEY_PASSWORD}
echo ${bamboo.DD_APP_KEY_PASSWORD}
echo ${bamboo.downtime_id}

{bamboo.downtime_id}=`curl --silent -X POST "" \
-H "Content-type: application/json" \
-d '{"scope": "environment-name:${bamboo.local_deploy_environment}","start":'"${start}"',"end":'"${end}"'}'| awk -F, '{print $19}'|awk -F: '{print $2}'`

echo ${bamboo.downtime_id}


got error message when deploy: bamboo.downtime_id=50005497: command not found

build 19-Jul-2021 06:35:17 1626676517 2build 19-Jul-2021 06:35:17 1626762917 3build 19-Jul-2021 06:35:17 devops-test 4build 19-Jul-2021 06:35:17 ******** 5build 19-Jul-2021 06:35:17 ******** 6build 19-Jul-2021 06:35:17 1234 7error 19-Jul-2021 06:35:17 /home/bamboo/bamboo-agent-home/temp/ line 15: bamboo.downtime_id=50005497: command not found 8build 19-Jul-2021 06:35:17 .downtime_id


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Hi @Stan Zhou ! Welcome to the community!

It seems to me that you would not need to have curly braces around bamboo.downtime_id when setting its value. Please make a test using it this way:


 Hope this helps!

Hi @Cristiano Mariano , thank you for your reply.

I know, the normal way access the variable without curly braces, had tried before it failed.


The way to solve the issue is using the Jinject Bamboo variables plugin.

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