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How do I resolve velocity: command not found ?

Samiuddin Shareef
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July 31, 2023


I have already defined the SFlogin variables. It is throwing error exactly at this line



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Theodora Boudale
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August 1, 2023

Hi @Samiuddin Shareef and welcome to the community!

Are you executing this script in Bitbucket Pipelines?

If so, are you running Pipelines builds in our own infrastructure or are you using one of our Runners (and if so, which one)?

The error message indicates that vlocity is not installed in your build environment.

Pipelines builds that run in our own infrastructure or in a Linux Docker Runner use Docker containers. If vlocity is not preinstalled in the Docker image you use as a build container, you can install it during the build by adding the necessary commands in your yml file, in the step that uses it, and before you execute your script. You will need to look into the documentation of this tool for instructions on how to install it.

For builds that run in a Linux Shell, Windows, or MacOS Runner, any tools you use need to be installed on the host machine of the Runner.

Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions.

Kind regards,

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