So reading the docs I see that setting up Postgres in a bitbucket pipeline is as simple as adding the following:
image: node pipelines: default: - step: script: - npm install - npm test services: - postgres definitions: services: postgres: image: postgres environment: POSTGRES_DB: 'pipelines' POSTGRES_USER: 'test_user' POSTGRES_PASSWORD: 'test_user_password'
What I'd like to know is how I can install some extensions in the database before proceeding further?
Hello, I had the same problem and I managed to solve it with this configuration:
image: node:8.11.1 # or any image you need clone: depth: 1 # include the last commit
image: postgres environment:
POSTGRES_DB: test POSTGRES_USER: postgres POSTGRES_PASSWORD: your_password pipelines: default: - step:
caches: - node script: - npm install - apt-get update - apt-get -y install postgresql-client - ./bin/utilities/wait-for-it.sh -h localhost -p 5432 -t 30 - PGPASSWORD=your_password psql -h localhost -p 5432 -c "create extension if not exists \"uuid-ossp\"; create extension if not exists pg_trgm;" -U postgres test; - npm test test/drivers/* test/helpers/* test/models/* services: - postgres
My full answer with more explanations can be found here: https://stackoverflow.com/a/50109002/873227
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