Configuring global and local variables for a release
Variables are used to store values that need to be passed into tasks during the release. There are various advantages of using variables over hardcoding these values directly in tasks:
- Variables support encrypting values in a way that they cannot be seen or changed by users of a release definition
- Storing values in variables helps avoid duplication
- Variables can be shared across all environments
- Variables can be shared across all tasks within a specific environment
In this recipe, you'll learn how to configure release and environment variables for a release definition.
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