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I am trying to download a specific knowledge article version (standard - not lightning) using SFDX and powershell. My query gets dynamically generated in the script... and the relevent line of the script is as follows:

$query += " From $ArticleTypeAPIName WHERE publishstatus='$PublishStatus' AND language='en_US' AND urlname='the-article-urlname'"

However, when I run the query using sfdx like so:

sfdx force:data:tree:export -q $query -d $SaveToPath --targetusername $SourceOrgLabel

I get the following error:

ERROR:  The provided SOQL is malformed: Invalid language code. Check that the language is included in your Knowledge language settings.

Try this:
Check the SOQL syntax and try again.

If I simply dump the SOQL in $query to output, copy and paste it into the dev console it runs fine.

If I also remove the WHERE clause for the specific article AND remove the language argument, it works fine and gets all articles.

Why is sfdx having difficulties with this soql statement?

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Try wrapping $query in quotes. eg:

sfdx force:data:tree:export -q "$query" -d $SaveToPath --targetusername $SourceOrgLabel

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