Where do I find the output from the Echo statements

Mark Eckert 11 Reputation points
2022-04-25T15:21:57.26+00:00

I have a power shell script in azure blob storage running as batch. It is failing with an error code of 2500. I see that there are echo statements in the script. Where do I find the output of the statements? I can't find any log showing the execution results. Where would I find that?

Thanks

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  1. Rich Matheisen 45,906 Reputation points
    2022-04-25T18:34:47.037+00:00

    "Echo" is an alias for the "Write-Output" cmdlet. The Write-Output cmdlet, by default, sends its data to the "success" stream (in DOS that would be STDOUT). If the echo command doesn't use redirection (or pipelining) then the output would go to the console.

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