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Your solution would work except that each file is in a different directory, and the SQL files have otherwise identical names.
The provided sample is automatically generated from a .cmd file that I have no control over and no access to the source.
From: Michael Staszewski [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
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Subject: [EXTERNAL] RE: [Toad for Oracle - Discussion Forum] Need help with @@executefromthisdir.sql in Automation Designer
RE: Need help with @@executefromthisdir.sql in Automation Designer
Reply by Michael Staszewski
Toad’s current directory if probably set to something other than the one containing your script. This sounds vaguely familiar like it’s either been fixed in a more recent version or some other area of the product had a similar problem that was resolved. Anyway, what is your version of Toad? Fully qualifying your script references to include path info should work or you can configure SQLPATH environment variable and add the path to your scripts to it. That too should work.
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