Source control command line interface environment variables
The following table lists the source control command line interface environment variables.
|SCM_CONFIG_DIRECTORY||Allows the user to specify a configuration directory.|
|SCM_ALLOW_INSECURE||Allows the tool to run even if the directories
that contain sensitive information are not secured.
Note: Secured means that the CLI removes the group and other permissions for all files in the configuration area ($SCM_CONFIG_DIRECTORY, usually ˜/.jazz-scm). If the CLI is unable to set the permissions, it does not start. To configure the CLI to continue running rather than shutting down immediately, set the SCM_ALLOW_INSECURE environment variable. By default this behavior runs only on Linux and UNIX. To configure similar behavior on other operating systems, add a script to the install/jazz/scmtools/eclipse/scripts/platform-name directory. Valid platform names are unix, windows, z, and i.
|SCM_MAX_CHANGES||Allows the user to configure the number of changes to show or interpret in a change set.|
|SCM_DAEMON_PATH||Allows the user to set the path to the daemon binary file. By default, the value is scm.|
|SCM_DAEMON_CONNECTION_TIME_OUT||Allows the user to control how long a daemon waits for its initial connection. The value must be an integer that is expressed in milliseconds and the default is 120000 ms.|
|SCM_DAEMON_INACTIVE_TIME_OUT||Allows the user to control how long a daemon waits after all its connections close. The value must be an integer that is expressed in milliseconds and the default is 7200000 ms.|
|SCM_DAEMON_START_DEBUG||Starts the daemon in debug mode.|
|SHOW_DEPRECATED_HELP||Allows the user to view deprecated Help.|