Is there a way to run a SQL script file
from anywhere, no matter what directory/folder it's located? In the old DOS days (and to some extent, Windows) you had a path statement in the AUTOEXEC.BAT file, or you could set the PATH environment with SET PATH=....
Does Oracle provide a similar method to do this? i.e. Perhaps directories/folders off of the BIN directory/folder would enable one to run
the program using only:
instead of typing the full path to the file each and every time. Or, perhaps one could have a script named go.sql which would accept a filename as its argument.