This command lists the values for all Warehouse Builder-specific environment variables.
- To set an environmental variable, use the Tcl set command.
- Use unset to unset an environmental variable.
|Environment Variable||Meaning||Possible Values|
|OMBTIMER||Enables timing on each Warehouse Builder scripting command. The time is logged to a log file and to the console or shell.|
|OMBLOG||Stores the filename for Warehouse Builder log file.||A valid filename including its path.|
|OMBPROMPT||Indicates whether OMB*Plus will update the command prompt each time you call OMBCC.||A Tcl boolean value|
|OMBCONTINUE_ON_ERROR||Ignores errors that occur in any command that is part of a script and moves to the next command in the script.||A Tcl boolean value|
Normally in the documentation, the possible value of the environment variable are a Tcl boolean value (true or false) but it's not true. Once an environment variable is set, its value is considered as true. You have to
it if you want that its behaviour ends up.
/> OMBDCC / /> set OMBTIMER youpio youpio /> OMBDCC / Time elapsed: 0 milliseconds. /> set OMBTIMER 0 0 /> string is boolean $OMBTIMER 1 /> OMBDCC / Time elapsed: 0 milliseconds. /> unset OMBTIMER /> OMBDCC /
/> set OMBTIMER true; true /> set OMBPROMPT true; true /> set OMBLOG "C:/temp/mylog.log"; C:/temp/mylog.log /> set OMBCONTINUE_ON_ERROR false; false /> /> OMBENV OMBTIMER = true OMBLOG = C:/temp/mylog.log OMBPROMPT = true OMBCONTINUE_ON_ERROR = false Time elapsed: 63 milliseconds.
The content of the log file :
OMBENV OMBTIMER = true OMBLOG = C:/temp/mylog.log OMBPROMPT = true OMBCONTINUE_ON_ERROR = false Time elapsed: 63 milliseconds.