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Environments are an advanced parameterization technique. They allow you to set up a centralized storage of parameterization parameters via environment variables. Thus, multiple scheduled jobs can refer to a single variable and any required customization (e.g. a change of resource URL) can be done in a single place, automatically propagating the change to all related executions.


COZYROC Cloud Environments are analogous to environments in the SSIS Catalog.

You can have create any number of environments and define any number of variables in it. An environment variable has the following properties:

  • Name
  • Description
  • Sensitive flag
  • Data type
  • Value

A scheduled job or an inbound webhook can be linked to a single environment. During runtime, the value of any referenced variable gets resolved from the corresponding environment. If the variable is missing, the execution will fail.


If you set up environments like "Production" and "Staging", once you prepare a scheduled job or an inbound webhook which works using the "Staging" environment variables, you can clone it, change the environment to "Production" and if it has the same set of variables correctly set up (i.e. variables with the same names), the job or the webhook should work properly for production.

Environment Variables usage

To use environment variables in your execution triggers you have to select environment first. You can find environment selection list in the Parameters section of your scheduled job or inbound webhook.


Now you need to go to edit parameter dialog and select environment variable.

For all parameters of type String you have to check Use expressions checkbox and you can use expressions autocomplete editor to help you with environment variable selection as shown below.


For all other paramaters which are not of type String you have to check Use environment variable checkbox and select variable from the list as shown below.



Sensitive environment variables can't be assigned to non-sensitive parameters.