#585 new
Michael Gibson

Default value not referenced when using a multi-valued option.

Reported by Michael Gibson | August 27th, 2012 @ 02:41 PM

  • Issue Type: Bug
  • Rundeck version: 1.4.3
  • JDK Version: Sun Java 1.6.0_31
  • Server OS: CentOS 5.3
    • Install type: Yum-rpm


When using a multi-valued option the default value appears to be ignored.

Option name: opt1
Default value: val5
Values list: val1,val2,val3,val4

Command: echo ${option.opt1}

Run job without specifying a value for the option.
Output: /bin/sh: ${option.opt1}: bad substitution

Looks like this may be somewhat similar to the behavior seen in ticket #444?

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