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    2 #!N 
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    4  #!Rtall280 DXDATA #!N #!N #!N The DXDATA environment variable specifies a 
    5 list of directories in which Data Explorer will search for data 
    6 files. If the data you wish to import are in one 
    7 of the directories specified in the DXDATA environment variable, then you 
    8 do not need to specify the complete path name to the 
    9 data in the Configuration dialog box for the Import tool. You 
   10 can simply specify the file name, and the Import module will 
   11 look in the specified directories for the data file. The directories 
   12 are searched in the order in which they are listed in 
   13 the environment variable; and the first occurrence of the data file 
   14 is used. #!N #!N An example of a statement that sets 
   15 the DXDATA environment variable (in the C shell environment) is the 
   16 following: #!CForestGreen #!N #!N  #!F-adobe-courier-bold-r-normal--18*   #!N setenv DXDATA /usr/mydirectory/mydata:/usr/group/groupdata #!EF #!N 
   17 #!N #!EC where  #!F-adobe-times-bold-r-normal--18*   /usr/mydirectory/mydata #!EF and  #!F-adobe-times-bold-r-normal--18*   /usr/group/groupdata #!EF are 
   18 two directories that contain data files. Multiple directories can be listed, 
   19 with directory names separated by a colon. #!N #!N #!N  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   
   20 Next Topic #!EF #!N #!N  #!Ltall282,dxall282 h DXHOST  #!EL  #!N  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   #!N