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Variable substitution in script and artifacts sections

David I'm New Here May 06, 2021

I've just started working on a Bitbucket Pipeline for one of our test environments and I cant quite seem to figure out how to substitute an env variable into the zip script line in this block below. I've tried the standard "$ZIP_FILE_NAME" which works on a Linux machine but doesnt work in bitbucket pipelines. It is worth noting that the echo $ZIP_FILE_NAME DOES output the correct value. How do I substitute the $ZIP_FILE_NAME value into the 'zip' command in the last script line below.

Also, with the artifacts section, I'm not sure if its even possible to use a variable value as the name of an artifact?

apt-get update
apt-get install -y zip
cp deploy/AppSpec-uat.yml deploy/AppSpec.yml
BASE_PACKAGE_VERSION=$(node -pe "require('./package.json').version")
      - ZIP_FILE_NAME="uat-$"
      - echo $ZIP_FILE_NAME
      - zip -r "$ZIP_FILE_NAME" dist/** deploy/AppSpec.yml
    - package.json
      - $ZIP_FILE_NAME

 Any help/advice would be much appreciated.


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