Environment Variables

Environment Variables

Environment Variable is a very useful resource to send variables values to the context of your script. You can, for example, add tokens of accounts and devices to be used later in the script when it runs. The Analysis will get these variables as “environment” parameters and used them in the context of your script.

  1. New Environment variable: will add an environment variable.
  2. Variable Key: the variable name
  3. Variable Value: the value of the variable. integer or string
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