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Thursday 1 November 2018

Adding Environment Variable in bash_profile in Linux

In a oracle BI environment, I had the following variables but I had to create it every time when I login into putty.
So How can we create an environment variable so It will be always there in server even after my session ends and I can access it all the time.


Here is the solution:

open a file and save all your environment variables in it and add that file in bash_profile file.

Here I have opened file to have all my variables added the path.

Now open your bash_profile and the environment file path to this profile file like mentioned in the below sceenshot.


Now run env or echo $env_name to check the variables.

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