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error "bash: atlas-version: command not found"

1) my product is confluence 5.7.3

2) my bitbucket-pipelines.yml setting

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When run pipeline error mesage"bash: atlas-version: command not found" has display

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I'm a new bee and i'm studying, so don't know why that message has displayed.
i thing below image config was problem but i can't fix it.
"image: atlassian/confluence-server:6.3-jdk8"

Please help me!

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DPK J Community Leader Jan 18, 2020

@hai  The image you are using i.e. 'atlassian/confluence-server' doesn't contain Atlassian CLI tools from Atlassian SDK.

If you want to run commands like `atlas-cli` from Atlassian SDK CLI, you will different image with Atlassian SDK in it, for example, 'translucent/atlassian-plugin-sdk'.

@DPK J 

Thanks so much!

i will try it!

@DPK J 

i try change to an another image.

there are error has resolve but another erorr has display

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my image name

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image version (i things so)Capture2.PNG

My prjoject Pom fileCapture1.PNG

 

I thing my atlassion version project not corect with image atlas-sdk version
but I don’t know how to get exactly image for may project
please help me

DPK J Community Leader Feb 23, 2020

@hai  Can you confirm what version of Atlassian Plugin are you using on your personal computer?

I will try and find image matching that version for you.

@DPK J 

Thank for your regard

My plugin running on confluence 6.4.0.

DPK J Community Leader Mar 03, 2020

@hai  Not confluence version, but Atlassian SDK version.

You can check this by trying following command in your terminal,

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@DPK J 

Sory. this is my location Atlassian SDK version

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