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Repository variable Vs For Loop Index

for i in {1..$SCALE_N}; do (docker container rm -f $SERVICE_NAME-$ENV_NAME_$i || true) && docker run --name $SERVICE_NAME-$ENV_NAME_$i -d $IMAGE_NAME:$BITBUCKET_BUILD_NUMBER ;done'

 Say we have repository variables and index variable ($i ) in the script , pipeline does not executed as expected.

Will this $i  be also considered as a repository/deployment variable ? or if any other way to do this so that the index will be appended to the container name

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Heja @Midhun Mohan , from your question it remains a bit unclear to me what you did expect to happen and what happened instead.

Just guessing here: was your intention to have $SCALE_N variables with the names $ENV_NAME_1 , $ENV_NAME_2, .... $ENV_NAME_N ?

If so this depends on the shell the pipeline script makes use of: For /bin/sh this is eval (see EXAMPLES there) and for /bin/bash this is indirection.


Will this $i  be also considered as a repository/deployment variable ?


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