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Tuxedo Scripting -VuGen 9.5 - Environment Variables

Hi Folks,

How can we capture the environment variables during the initialization part.
The variables captured during recording are as below.
If we need to run the same script where the drives have changed etc, how can we put a common file to capture them and run it in the script without needing to change the login everytime the variables are changed?

Did any of you did this earlier?


lrt_set_env_list(env_allow_array);
lrt_tuxputenv("APPDIR=c:\\tux\\std");
lrt_tuxputenv("ROOTDIR=c:\\tuxedo81");
lrt_tuxputenv("TUXDIR=c:\\tuxedo81");
lrt_tuxputenv("INCLUDE=%INCLUDE%;%ROOTDIR%\\inc");
lrt_tuxputenv("LIB=%LIB%;%ROOTDIR%\\lib");
lrt_tuxputenv("FIELDTBLS=usysflds,tptmifld,dciflds,nmflds,csmflds,rmsflds,secflds,tiflds");
lrt_tuxputenv("FLDTBLDIR=C:\\vst_111\\bin32");
lrt_tuxputenv("VIEWDIR32=C:\\vst_111\\bin32");
lrt_tuxputenv("WSNADDR=0x000256d60a415425");

Thanks
Goutam Kumar
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