To ensure the Azure CLI is installed on your Playwright CI container for every build, you need to add the installation command to your GitHub Actions workflow file. This file is typically located in the
.github/workflows folder and named
Follow these steps:
jobssection, add a new step called "Install Azure CLI".
- name: Install Azure CLI run: | curl -sL https://aka.ms/InstallAzureCLIDeb | sudo bash
This command downloads and installs the latest version of the Azure CLI on your container.
After adding this step to your workflow file and committing it to your repository, every build triggered by a push or pull request into the main/master branch will automatically install the Azure CLI on your Playwright CI container.
Now, you can confidently use the Azure CLI in your @playwright/test scripts, knowing it's installed on every build of your Playwright CI container.
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