to-path-prefix - path prefix to use as replacement
When ctpath is executed without command line arguments, you get the full GUI version. ctpath GUI (without command-line arguments) always returns 0.
When ctpath is executed with command line arguments, it runs silently and all error messages are written in a log file CTPATH.LOG stored in the same directory as the ctpath file.Error messages are appended to CTPATH.LOG file with a date and time stamp to each error message.
ctpath with command line arguments returns 0 when the execution detected no errors, or a value different from 0 when errors were detected and the error messages are written to CTPATH.LOG.
If you omit the -d database switch, all databases in the session will be scanned.
Command-line switches should start with a '-' or '/' character. Command line switches accept both lowercase and uppercase characters, e.g. -s or -S are the same.
Command-line switches may not have optional spaces between the switch and the argument. Example: -s FAIRCOMS is not the same as -sFAIRCOMS.
Command-line switches may be entered in any order, but the from-path-prefix must appear before the to-path-prefix.
The -r switch indicates to repeat the substitution and replace all occurrences of the searched path and not just the first one.
The -v command-line switch indicates verbose output.