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Upgrade az cli in atlassian/azure-cli-run pipe

Charlie Retzler
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Sep 21, 2023

We are trying to use the azure-cli-run pipe to install containerapp extension so that we can use the `az containerapp job` commands. AZ CLI version 2.40.0 does not allow a recent version of containerapp to be installed, and this is needed so that it can recognize the new JOB command. 

In order to use the latest version of containerapp 0.3.40 it requires az cli version 2.45 or higher.

A workaround was to add a `pip install --upgrade azure-cli` command prior to installing the containerapp extension, but that adds nearly 2 minutes to the pipeline step time.

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Igor Stoyanov
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Sep 22, 2023

@Charlie Retzler hi. Thanks for your question. We will update pipe to the latest version and notify you.

Regards, Igor

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