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Incorrect atlassian/aws-elasticbeanstalk-deploy documentation



I just set up bitbucket pipelines for a new project at work. The app suggested I use a pipe to manage the deployment step. Since we use elasticbeanstalk was the pipe to use.

I noticed when testing that the documentation in the Readme (and the examples in bitbucket pipelines) are inconsistent. The examples use the keyword `variables` and `parameters` seemingly interchangeably. However if you configure the pipe with `parameters` it does not work. I received this error message:


/usr/bin/ line 22: AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID: You need to configure the AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID variable!


Switching from `parameters` to `variables` resolved the issue.

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Hi Liam,

Thanks for pointing out the mistake. We've fixed the documentation:

Hi Steven,

Awesome! Thanks for addressing, and for making the tool. It made our deployments super easy.

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