Executable directory specifies the complete path to the directory in which the
<executable> element is located. The Windows Command line adapter supports this feature.
The default path is the same as the location of the adapter libraries:
This element is applicable in default mode only.
The following figure shows an XML sample using the executable-directory feature in an adapter configuration.
XML sample of the executable-directory feature in an adapter configuration
<config> <target>10.128.248.89</target> <user-name>admin</user-name> <password>adminpass</password> <logon-with-user-credentials>true</logon-with-user-credentials> <protocol>xcmd</protocol> <executable-directory>C:\ABCD\CDP\server/Test1/library/adapters/roadapter-windows-command-7.6.05</executable-directory> <executable>xCmd.exe</executable> <escape-double-quotes>true</escape-double-quotes> <script-file-path>C:\test.bat</script-file-path> <max-request-queue-size>20</max-request-queue-size> <debug-utility>true</debug-utility> </config>