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    How to use env variable in Action call

    Hi,

    assume action1 in d:/temp/test1 calls
    action2 in d:/temp/test2.


    if i move test1 and test2 file in some other location assume c:\test1
    c:\test2

    the call of test2/action1 will fail.


    to resolve this situation we can include an environmental variable in .ini file,

    Question: how do we refer this environmental variable in the action call.
    regards,
    Prakash

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    Re: How to use env variable in Action call

    use relative paths
    Cheers,
    Prasanna -

 

 

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