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Copy Environment Variables from Another Environment

After you define Environment Variables for one environment, you can create those variables for different environments by copying variables. To so do, select the Environment that does not yet contain the desired variables and start the Edit Environment Variables dialog using one of the two techniques below:
1. In the Container Manager, select your environment and choose Edit Environment Variables in the right-click menu.
2. Select your environment in the Container Manager and press F4 to view the Properties window. Then, in the Properties window, expand the Variables node and click the Browse button.




Figure 102.11:  Starting the Edit Environment Variables dialog.




In the Edit Environment Variables dialog, click More and select Copy Variables, or alternatively right-click the grid and select the Copy Variables option.




Figure 102.12:  Copying Environment Variables from another environment.




Next, Combine will prompt the dialog below. Here, select the environment that contains the variables you wish to copy and edit their values as needed. When done, press OK in the Edit Environment Variables dialog to save your changes.




Figure 102.13:  Selecting the environment that contains the desired variables.





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