Best practice for setting an environment variable used during NW AS startup

We have installed some code which is running in both the ABAP and JAVA environment, and some functionality of this code is determined by the setting of operating system environment variables. We have therefore changed the .sapenv_<host>.csh and .sapenv_<host>.sh scripts found in the <sid>adm user home directory. This works, but we are wondering what happens when SAP is upgraded, and if these custom shell script changes to the .sh and .csh scripts will be overwritten during such an upgrade. Is there a better way to set environment variables so they can be used by the SAP server software when it has been started from <sid>adm user ?

Hi,
Thankyou. I was concerned that if I did that there might be a case where the .profile is not used, e.g. when a non-interactive process is started I was not sure if .profile is used.
What do you mean with non-interactive?
If you login to your machine as sidadm the profile is invoked using one of the files you meant. So when you start your Engine the Environment is property set. If another process is spawned or forked from a running process it inherits / uses the same Environment.
Also, on one of my servers I have a .profile a .login and also a .cshrc file. Do I need to update all of these ?
the .profile is used by bash and ksh
The .cshrc is used by csh and it is included via source on every Shell Startup if not invoked with the -f Flag
the .login is also used by csh and it is included via source from the .cshrc
So if you want to support all shells you should update the .profile (bash and ksh) and one of .cshrc or .login for csh or tcsh
In my /etc/passwd the <sid>adm user is configured with /bin/csh shell, so I think this means my .cshrc will be used and not the .profile ? Is this correct ?
Yes correct, as described above!
Hope this helps
Cheers

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