Running workflow analyzer using Azure CLI in the Azure DevOps

##[section]Starting: Azure CLI UiPathWorkFlow

Task : Azure CLI
Description : Run Azure CLI commands against an Azure subscription in a Shell script when running on Linux agent or Batch script when running on Windows agent.
Version : 1.152.1
Author : Microsoft Corporation
Help : Azure CLI task - Azure Pipelines | Microsoft Learn

##[error]Script failed with error: Error: Unable to locate executable file: ‘C:\agent1_work\362\s\TESTREPO7\UiPathAnalyze.ps1’. Please verify either the file path exists or the file can be found within a directory specified by the PATH environment variable. Also verify the file has a valid extension for an executable file.
##[section]Finishing: Azure CLI UiPathWorkFlow


Azure CLI script:

param (

$ProjectFilePath= $(Buildin.SourcesDirectory)\TESTREPO7\RuleConfig.json

$ExecutableFilePath= $(Buildin.SourcesDirectory)\TESTREPO7\\Studio\UiPath.Studio.CommandLine.exe

$(Get-Date -Format 'yyyy-MM-dd-HH-mm-ss')-Workflow-Analysis.json


Write-Output “$(Get-Date -Format ‘HH:mm:ss’) - STARTED - Workflow Analyzer CLI Script”

$Command = “$ExecutableFilePath analyze -p $ProjectFilePath”
Invoke-Expression $Command | Out-File -FilePath $OutputFilePath

Write-Output “$(Get-Date -Format ‘HH:mm:ss’) - COMPLETED - Workflow Analyzer CLI Script”


Azure CLI latest version installed on agent server.

Tried adding envionrment parameter but not sure what to enter:

added both below environmentals—

PATH $(Buildin.SourcesDirectory)\TESTREPO7\UipathAnalyze.ps1

Build.SourcesDirectory $(Buildin.SourcesDirectory)\TESTREPO7\UipathAnalyze.ps1

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