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Working Folder

Windows associates batch files with a working folder. The working folder is the current working directory used by an application or batch file for processing. For example, if a batch file creates a new file without specifying a path, the file is created in the working folder. If a batch file attempts to read a file without a specifying a path, Windows assumes the file is in the working folder.

The working folder for an ePublisher AutoMap batch file is the job folder itself. You can locate this folder using the job directory ${JobDir} scripting variable. For more information, see “Using Scripting Variables Example” on page 313.

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