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how to run command with heroku cli after deploying using heroku-deploy pipe Edited


I'm using heroku-deploy to deploy a laravel app to Heroku. i would need to run some commands on the server after the deployment. I need, among other things, to migrate my database. Typically i would run heroku run -a $HEROKU_APP_NAME php artisan migrate (Laravel app). I'm wondering if's possible using

my bitbucket-pipelines:

- step:
     name: Deploy
        - pipe: atlassian/heroku-deploy:1.1.1

                 HEROKU_API_KEY: $HEROKU_API_KEY
                 ZIP_FILE: "application.tgz"
                 WAIT: 'true'
        - #heroku run -a $HEROKU_APP_NAME php artisan migrate --force
        - #heroku run -a $HEROKU_APP_NAME php artisan queue:restart

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Hi @remipou . Currently, it's not possible to execute additional commands with the pipe. You have to run the as a separate set of commands, like you do in your example basically.

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