Thanks for the response.
I've tried using the command line. I can do basic commands like "ls" and "cd." However, I cannot use the command I need in this case.
Let me try to explain in more detail.
Prior to opening SlickEdit, I do not set into a specific ClearCase view. So if I attempt to list the directory where my source is stored, nothing will appear.
Now, if I use the following command prior to starting SlickEdit, then the source tree will be available under the /vob/vob_name/ path.
$cleartool setview my_view
If I open a new terminal and attempt to list the files under /vob/vob_name/, then again, I will see nothing because I haven't run the setview command yet.
Now if I start SlickEdit from the terminal where I ran the setview command, I can see the src/ and obj/ directories when I attempt to add a source tree to my Project.
The thing is, I'd like to be able to call the "cleartool setview" command from within SlickEdit, so that I can change the context of that /vob/ directory without closing SlickEdit and running the setview command again.