Hi. So using using the client.dll or via access the repository through Octoposh, I’m able to see which Environments a step has. However I’m unable to modify them. The property just seems to have a get accessor.
$Project = Get-OctopusProject -ProjectName 'ProjectName' -ResourceOnly -Verbose
$process = $con.Repository.DeploymentProcesses.get($Project.DeploymentProcessId)
## View Environments
But I’m unable to set the values for the environment to any other Environment Id’s. Is there a way I can do this from here?
Thanks for reaching out! This is how you’d do it with Octoposh:
$ProjectName = "MyProject"
$EnvironmentName = "MyEnvironment"
$Project = Get-OctopusProject -name $ProjectName -ResourceOnly -Verbose
$Environment = Get-OctopusEnvironment -name $EnvironmentName -ResourceOnly
$c = New-OctopusConnection
$process = $c.Repository.DeploymentProcesses.get($Project.DeploymentProcessId)
Hope that helps,
Thanks, that’s almost what I was doing. It wasn’t working as I hadn’t noticed that you could have multiple Actions against a step. When I now try with “Actions” it works! Thanks Dalmiro.
Question though… In what situation would a step have more than one set of actions?
Glad to hear its working now.
To answer your last question, that’ll happen when you have a rolling step with many child steps. In that case each child will be a different action.