environment space .bat
Posted on 2001-06-26
How do I change the environment space in a batch file?
I have a batch file which is supposed to work on any Windows system. However, inside the .bat file, there is a lengthy 'set' statement. This exausts the environment space.
I do not want to change config on any system that I deploy this onto. Therefore, I need to do it in the .bat file.
I was told to try "set path=" in the beginning. However, I need to use a command that is from a software that is installed on different folders with different computers. So "set path=" does not work.
How can I do this?