An environment is a named set of variables. You can use environment variables in IBM® Rational® Build Forge® to abstract common parts of code such as paths to binary files, addresses to code repositories, and version numbers. This demo shows how to do the following tasks: Create an environment with standard variables, run a project with standard environment variables, create an environment with pulldown variables, and run a project with pulldown environment variables.
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Elissa Redmiles is a co-op with IBM Rational. She is soon to complete a Bachelors of Science degree in Computer Science and Psychology at the University of Maryland. Elissa's most recent focus has been on automation development with internal IBM products, product documentation and integrated technical marketing approaches for Rational Build Forge.