Is there any way to set environment variables in Linux from Cache?
I see a way to get an environment variable with: $system.Util.GetEnviron()
Essentially I am converting from VMS (DCL) to Linux.
In VMS we used $ZF(-1,"SETSYM") in Cache to a value and then interpreted that value in a DCL procedure.
Actually, I think I should just explained the need. We are writing linux scripts that call cache routines and we would like to pass back a value indicating failure or success to be handle it in the linux script. Right now we are writing out a log file, opening it and searching for a string. Any ideas of how to pass back an exit status to the calling script is helpful.