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There is som eenvironment variable to access step name in pipelines Edited

Hi

 

Problem's short version

 

I'd like to access the step name in my script section from a envrionment variable. There are some built in variables?

For example,

When the step below runs...

(...)

  - step: 
    name: my_cool_name
script:
- echo $STEP_NAME

... then the output should be:

my_cool_name

 

Real problem

 

I have dozens of steps running a shell script (sh). Inside this sh file I need access the step's name in order to generate some reports. My current solution is that:

(...)

  - step: 
    name: my_cool_name1
script:
- export STEP_NAME=my_cool_name1
- ./report.sh
(...)
  - step: 
    name: my_cool_name50
script:
- export STEP_NAME=my_cool_name50
- ./report.sh

 

I'd like to remove the first script line, so I'll be able to write a default step with an anchor name and then, in branches section, do something like that:

 

pipelines:
default:
- step: &defaultStep
name: none
script:
- ./report.sh

branches:
'dev':
     - step: 
  <<: *defaultStep
      name: my_cool_name1
       - step: 
     <<: *defaultStep
          name: my_cool_name2
     (...)
       - step: 
     <<: *defaultStep
         name: my_cool_name50

 

Thanks

 

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