Does anyone know of a way to concatenate multiple environment variables into a single variable with .tset?
This is obviously not the way, but illustrates what I am trying to do
.tset finalvar = "The file " + $var1 + "Does not exist in directory" + $var2?
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2 replies Latest Post - 2010-09-08T13:34:11Z by jonasgryder
Pinned topic Concatonating variables in a step
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Updated on 2010-09-08T13:34:11Z at 2010-09-08T13:34:11Z by jonasgryder
Re: Concatonating variables in a step2010-09-08T13:30:58Z in response to jonasgryderFound the answer, thanks to Sherard Howe at IBM:
Set the action of the MyMsg variable to append. On each step that is going to concatenate set the environment on the step and .best the value. The only issue is each concatenation will be separated by a semicolon.
Re: Concatonating variables in a step2010-09-08T13:34:11Z in response to jonasgryderMight be useful if IBM techs checked this forum once in a blue moon. I probably would result in fewer PMRs, as I am probably not the only person in the IBM universe that looks here first.