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Run two kubectl commands in a pipe, having output of the first one as an input for the second

For apply / replace configMap I need to run two kubectl commands in the following way:


kubectl create configmap sb-products-files --from-file=configmap_files/ \

   -o yaml --dry-run=client | kubectl replace --namespace=myNamespace -f -

Basically, I need to run one command, and it's output send as input to another command.

Is there any way to accomplish it in bitbucket pipeline?

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@Kostya Kostyushko you could execute create configmap firstly and save it to file, and then run a pipe with RESOURCE_PATH equal to that file you saved output to

Regards, Galyna

Can you give examples please? I tried to make something, but it didn't work.

@Kostya Kostyushko I meant somethong like

- kubectl ... > output.yml
- pipe: atlassian/kubectl-run:2.0.0
RESOURCE_PATH: 'output.yaml'

The location of your resource file can vary depending on your requirements and project structure.

Regards, Galyna

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