But when i try the same through a CPO power shell activity, the process keeps running and gets timed out. I tried with the command to open the GIT bash alone in the powershell script,but that too got timed out.
Could anyone please suggest on how to open the GIT bash through a CPO power shell activity?
I am not familiar with this specific executable, but a couple of questions, suggestions...
1) I am assuming sh.exe is a command line utility and is NOT a UI-executable.
2) Any chance that this command line is waiting for some interactive input? It sounds like based on its description on the internet that it is actually an interactive shell, so it is probably expecting you to put something else into the standard input. There maybe some options (such as -c) that would allow you to run a specific command inside the shell, without interaction.
2) I assume you are using Execute Windows PowerShell Script activity. However, since all you are trying to do is execute a command, why aren't you using Execute Windows Command. Can you try that?
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