s_set



NAME

      system set - set a new system


SYNOPSIS

      system set [-f] [-t] [-v] [-s] [-n] [-N node] [-S] [-xcommand]
      [system_path]


DESCRIPTION

      Only the system manager needs to use this command, when a final
      integration of a system or a system part is going to be done.  The
      system set command sets an environment for the specified system, which
      means:

      Set working directory to the system directory or subdirectory in the
      system.

      Define the following environment variables:

               SDE_SYSTEM=system
               SDE_SYSTEM_DIR=system_directory
               SDE_SYSTEM_WD=working_directory
               SDE_SYSCONF=system_configuration
               SDE_CONFROOT=system_configuration current root

      Optionally create a new terminal window. Set the following prompt for
      the shell: Node:system$

      Optionally create a VerWork and Softbench Development Manager window.
      In that case it creates the ~/.softenv file which includes all current
      environment variables and SDE_SYSTEM variables described above.

      Optionally create a VUE File Manager window.

    PARAMETERS
      system_path
           The name of a system or the subsystem path of a part of the
           system to be setup.

    OPTIONS
      -f   Executes the command without asking about the parameters.

      -t[erminal]
           Creates a new terminal window.

      -v[ue]
           Creates a new file manager window.

      -s[oftbench]
           Creates a new VerWork and Softbench Development Manager window.
           Creates ~/.softenv file that includes environment variables.

      -S   Creates only the ~/.softenv file that is used by Softbench
           applications. If the same .softenv is already created (i.e. it
           has the same SDE_CONFROOT variable) the new .softenv file is not
           created.

      -n[o_window]
           Creates a new process in the same terminal window from which the
           command is invoked. If options -v -t -s are not specified this
           option is the default one.

      -N node
           Creates a terminal or softbench window on a remote node Node.

      -xcommand
           Sets up the system and execute the specified command as a sub-
           process. If a new terminal window was required (-t option), then
           the command is executed in the created terminal.


EXAMPLES

      $ system set ex_system
      ws100:ex_system$


SEE ALSO

      s_create(1)


AUTHOR

      Ivica Crnkovic