All operating systems and database servers, except Windows Mobile. It is supported for all database utilities except the Language
Selection utility (dblang), the Certificate Creation utility (createcert), the Certificate Viewer utility (viewcert), the
Microsoft ActiveSync provider install utility (mlasinst), and the File Hiding utility (dbfhide).
the Language Selection utility (dblang)
the Certificate Creation utility (createcert)
the Certificate Viewer utility (viewcert)
the Microsoft ActiveSync provider install utility (mlasinst)
Use this option to read in command-line options from the specified environment variable or configuration file. If both exist
with the same name that is specified, the environment variable is used.
Configuration files can contain line breaks, and can contain any set of options.
To protect the information in a configuration file (for example, because it contains passwords), use the File Hiding (dbfhide)
utility to obfuscate the contents of configuration files.
The @data parameter can occur at any point in the command, and parameters contained in the file are inserted at that point.
Multiple files can be specified, and the file specifier can be used with command line options.