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Run more than one CLI command

How can I run more than one CLI command on Azure CLI pipeline.  Example shown includes only one command.

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rgomis Atlassian Team May 21, 2019

Hey @Himanshu J Zinzuwadia ,

 

There are two options for this:

- Run the pipe multiple times with different commands.

For example:

 - pipe: microsoft/azure-cli-run:1.0.2
    variables:
      AZURE_APP_ID: $AZURE_APP_ID
      AZURE_PASSWORD: $AZURE_PASSWORD
      AZURE_TENANT_ID: $AZURE_TENANT_ID
      CLI_COMMAND: 'az account show'
  - pipe: microsoft/azure-cli-run:1.0.2
    variables:
      AZURE_APP_ID: $AZURE_APP_ID
      AZURE_PASSWORD: $AZURE_PASSWORD
      AZURE_TENANT_ID: $AZURE_TENANT_ID
      CLI_COMMAND: 'az aks create --resource-group myResourceGroup --name myAKSCluster --node-count 1 --enable-addons monitoring --generate-ssh-keys'
      DEBUG: 'true'

 

- If you have many commands, you could workaround it by Creating a bash script in your repository with the commands you want to execute and executing the script in the CLI_COMMAND.

For example:

 - pipe: microsoft/azure-cli-run:1.0.2
variables:
AZURE_APP_ID: $AZURE_APP_ID
AZURE_PASSWORD: $AZURE_PASSWORD
AZURE_TENANT_ID: $AZURE_TENANT_ID
CLI_COMMAND: "bash commands.sh"

Hope that works for you!

 

Regards,

Raul

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