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Using Windows ClearCase Variables – CLEARCASE_PRIMARY_GROUP and CLEARCASE_GROUPS

Published by SPK Blog Post
on April 4, 2011

Windows ClearCase has a couple of very useful environment variables – CLEARCASE_PRIMARY_GROUP and CLEARCASE_GROUPS.  These variables can be a bit confusing at first blush, but they turn out to be rather important for controlling access to VOB elements, and creating new elements.

Arm yourself with this ClearCase administrator knowledge about how to successfully specify and use these environment variables!

ClearCase PDF Download the describing document: SPK_ClearCase_Variables to learn useful information about Using Windows ClearCase Variables.

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