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avoid global pattern in pipeline's azure cli integration

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I use azure CLI pipe in pipeline, i wanna run the cli command:

az cdn endpoint purge -g $rg --profile-name $profileName -n $name --content-paths '/*'

but * is global pattern and it will be always compiled to 123.png

based on this doc https://support.atlassian.com/bitbucket-cloud/docs/use-glob-patterns-on-the-pipelines-yaml-file/, i try /'*',  the result looks good:

123.png

but when i use it in the azure CLI pipe, it shows error:

123.png

i can run the CLI locally no problems at all:

123.png

any ideas? 

cheers

1 answer

Hi @Chris Huang

Thanks for reaching out to us through community questions!

We have raised a supports ticket on your behalf  https://bobswift.atlassian.net/servicedesk/customer/portal/1/SUPPORT-9269. In order to help you in the better way possible, we will need some more details

  • Are you on server or cloud?
  • What’s the CLI version you’re using?
  • What’s the platform version you’re using?
  • Can you include some screenshots of the error you’re seeing?
  • Please share the command you’ve run.
  • Please share the screenshot of the error you are getting when running your command by adding the --debug parameter in the end for us to further analyze.

We are looking forward to your answers.

Thanks,
Naveen

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