Hey Raveena, in Blue Prism an Environment variable is a dynamic-named value that can affect the behavior of running process on a computer. They are part of the Environment in which a process runs. Once an environment variable has been created it is available for use in Object or Process Studio.
Environment variables are used to keep the value of that variable dynamic and can be used whenever wanted. To use an environment variable:
• Add a new data item to your Process or Object
• Open the Data Properties form
• In the ‘Exposure’ combo box select the ‘Environment’ option
• The ‘Name’ edit box at the top of the screen will become a combo box. Select the Environment Variable you want to use from the combo list
• Click OK