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Can the edaenv.cfg file be used to store custom property values to allow for me to set-up an environment variable or is it used to only store operating system variables? Thinking it could be used to store custom variables, I set up a custom variable in the edaenv.cfg file and tried accessing it using the FGETENV command but that did not work.
What I am trying to do is access a variable that holds a value to indicate what run-time environment a data flow or stored procedure is running in. Is there a command or other means for me to obtain this kind of information? Is there another configuration file that can be accessed to get this information from?