Like I have a code file which uses a env variable name PORT. In local I have to export it within system so everything work fines as it is able to access that variable.But I need to pass bitbucket pipeline env variable to be used in place of that how to do this.
Hi @devender Kumar ,
The pipelines default system variables and other configured variables (repository or account) should be available in your script to use when executing your pipeline. More details: https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucket/variables-in-pipelines-794502608.html
In local, you will need to export them as you are currently doing with PORT.
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