Thanks for hint.
But, something interesting is if I set this *environment variable *into
ENV *data.source.url* SomeWhere_A
I could see *data.source.url* existed when this Docker container run.
That environment variable even could be saw when this Docker container run
By the way, you are right, if use "export" under shell, that is forbidden
to claim a variable name with dot inside.
That will show error message: "
*not a valid identifier"*
But, I saw someone with "env" could claim variable name with dot.
Normally containerTemplate "*command*" will be occupied with "*cat*", right?
I don't really understand the principle of containerTemplate with "*cat*".
If I plan to use Kubernetes *args *to carry some variable to Docker entry
point file and replace the variable inside this entry point file.
And of course insert "*cat*" inside entry point. Is that possible let *cat
stay in docker entry point *file?
Thanks very much.
Am Donnerstag, 10. August 2017 21:09:08 UTC+2 schrieb Carlos Sanchez:
> You can not use dots in an environment variable
> a valid C identifier must start with alphabetic character or '_', followed by
> a string of alphanumeric characters or '_'
> On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 9:18 AM, WANG, YAN-HONG <allway...@gmail.com
>> I am Hong.
>> I saw "*containerEnvVar*" was supported by Jenkins *Kubernetes* Plugin
>> But, it seems not support some key value with *dot*?
>> Example in *containerTemplate*:
>> *containerEnvVar*( key: “*data.source.url*”, value: “somewhere” )
>> I tried to use *backslash *to escape *dot*, but Jenkins parser doesn't
>> pass it.
>> Someone has idea?
>> Thanks very much.
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