Tim,

Since you ask on the Java list, you could use -D on your java command
line. You can also use export -s envvar=value. To prevent re-entering
them use F12 when you exit.

David Morris

>>> thatzenbeler@clinitech.net 04/12/02 14:11 PM >>>
Whats the best way to set my enviornment variables in QSH  ie:
java_home &
classpath

So I don't have to re-enter them every time...  I use qsh

thanks, tim



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