|KiXtart 2001 Manual|
environment variables in the local environment that you see when you start
a program from within a KiXtart script.
This command does not affect the current
environment. If you start KiXtart from a batch file, any commands in the
batch file that are run after KiXtart exits do not see changes made by the
SET or SETL commands. If you want to run batch files or programs that
depend on settings set by KiXtart, start them from KiXtart using SHELL
SETL sets the value of @ERROR.
|See Also:||Set, SetM|