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Add to default path environment variable. (UNIX only.)
Synopsis
[config]    Path=directory1[:directory2]
Description
(UNIX only.) The default Path used for all processes started during cache startup is Path=/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/sbin. You can append more directories to this path using the Path variable.
However, SuperServer/%cspServer may need other paths. For example, you may be using Zen Reports, which relies on Java. Java is not installed in those paths and therefore, not accessible to Caché until you add it’s directory to the Path variable.
All the processes started during Phase 2 of Startup (which runs the STU1.mac routine) have any directories that you add to the Path variable in the CPF file appended to the base Path.
Examples
Path=/usr/java
Range of Values
directories must be one or more full paths of valid, existing directories, separated by colons.
Management Portal
On the page System Administration > Configuration > Additional Settings > Advanced Memory, in the Path row, select Edit. Enter a directory name.