Previews steps that will be run when 'apply' is executed.
|Property Name||Property Code||Required||Description|
Desired version of the terraform executable to be downloaded.
Defaults to version 0.12.24
|Input Name||Input Code||Required||Description|
|No||FlexDeploy Cloud Accounts to use for authorization and connection. See the home page for more information on Cloud Accounts and configuring authorization.|
Terraform variables to use. Separate key value by '=' and put entries on separate lines.
FlexDeploy Property Replacement is supported in this input. For example:
If you wish to use instance qualified properties it should be separated with ":"
|No||An optional terraform snippet to be run instead, or in addition to, any local tf files. The content of the snippet will be written to a file named 'flexdeploy.tf' for execution.|
Local directory where to maintain state. If using a backend state manager then leave this blank. If blank and no backend is detected, this will default to the internal state directory for the project.
|No||If the Terraform executable is not on the path you can specify the location here|
|Ignore Terraform State|
Ignore Terraform State changes to create multiple instances of the same type. If a backend has been configured in the code, this input will be ignored
Defaults to false
Allows user defined outputs. All outputs defined in the Terraform configuration are available to be returned as FlexDeploy outputs. Simply add them to the Outputs tab in the plugin configuration.
This operation consumes artifacts from the artifacts repository.
This operation will select all available endpoints associated to the environment/instance.
This operation will execute on any one of the selected endpoints and will be random in the determination of which one.
Terraform configuration files are expected to be in the FlexDeploy Artifact Repository