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Update atlassian/azure-cli-run pipe

Hi,

I've submitted a PR to upgrade the Azure CLI Pipe here https://bitbucket.org/atlassian/azure-cli-run/pull-requests/3 but I have no idea who maintains or would review it?

I tried submitting this to the microsoft version of the Pipe but they say it is unsupported and to try making the change to this Atlassian version.

 

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@David Harper  hi. We released a new version of azure-cli pipe, where docker image updated to 2.40.0.

 

Regards, Igor

Hi @Igor Stoyanov , many thanks for your help on this

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@David Harper  hi. We will take a look at your pr, but, please, provide a reason why do you need new version of docker image?

 

Regards, Igor

Hi @Igor Stoyanov , I was encountering an error in my Pipeline

az storage account update --name '' --resource-group '' --public-network-access Enabled
az: error: unrecognized arguments: --public-network-access Enabled
usage: az [-h] [--verbose] [--debug] [--only-show-errors]
[--output {json,jsonc,yaml,yamlc,table,tsv,none}] [--query JMESPATH]
{storage} ...
✖ Error!

This flag was added in the v2.29.0 release of azure-cli in October 2021. The version of the CLI being compiled into the pipe is v2.3.1 released in April 2020. The PR brings the base image of the Pipe up to date with all the features in the current CLI release.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cli/azure/release-notes-azure-cli 

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