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Configurations Created with CANoe/CANalyzer from Version 12.0 Should Not Use Environment Variables

Last updated: 2020-02-19

Since CANoe/CANalyzer 7.0 System Variables are supported as a successor of Environment Variables for configurations in CANoe and CANalyzer.

Starting from CANoe and CANalyzer 12 no more new Environment Variables can be created in CANdb++ Editor.

It is still possible to use existing configurations and database files which contain Environment Variables. But it is recommended to use System Variables instead.

If you need to convert your environment variables into system variables, please feel free to contact Vector support.

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