Range: Any valid directory (except the DATABridge Client working directory)
Related command-line option: -n
Use this parameter to tell the DATABridge Client where your user scripts are located. You can place them in any valid directory; however, it is highly recommended that you place them in the scripts subdirectory in the data source's working directory. When you upgrade from an earlier version to 6.1 or later, the migrate utility copies your scripts to the scripts directory. Similarly, when you add a data source using the service, the service creates a scripts subdirectory and sets this parameter to point to that directory.
You must use the double quotation marks. Also use two consecutive back slashes (\\) to represent one back slash. For the directory C:\DBRIDGE\CUSTDB\SCRIPTS, you would enter the following:
user_script_dir = "C:\\DBRIDGE\\CUSTDB\\SCRIPTS"
Store the following user scripts in this directory:
Note: You can temporarily override this parameter via the -n option when you run the dbutility runscript command.