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system command in Process chain

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I have a system command in the process chain which points to a command file that is supposed to run. My problem is that when I transport the PC, the path on the system command remains same.

I want it to change the path from /md.... in dev to /mq... in QA and /ma... in PROD.

Is there anyway to automate this process? Right now i have to keep track of it and change the system command in each system. I have missed a couple and it creates some problems.



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Hello Sam,

One way to solve this is to work this with your UNIX administrator. You can do the following:

1) Create a symbolic link in your dev, qa, and prod which points to the correct directory.

For example, in dev, you can do the following:

link -s <whatever new name here, e.g. target> /md

In QA, you can do the following:

link -s <whatever new name here, e.g. target> /mq

and so on..

2) Instead of using the /md, /mq directories, you can use the symbolic directory instead in your system commands.

e.g. ls -l /target instead of ls -l /md

This might not help you a lot now but it will make things easier in the future because you will know that the symbolic link points to the correct directory of whatever box.

Hope this helps.

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You can edit the process chain in your QA system and production system.

1) RSA1

2) Transport connection

3) Shift+F11

4) Look for the row marked RSPC, right mouse click on the last cell, and change the value to "Everything Changeable"