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  1. #1
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    Question

    I am writing a bacth file which is as below.

    SVRMGRL
    CONNECT internal/oracle@aaaa
    select * from v$database

    But as soon as SVRMGRL it doesn't type the next command
    How to reslove this..?
    Please help

    Thanks
    Harry

  2. #2
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    In windows you have to do the foll to run a batch file:
    put all the commands starting from connect internal into a sql script for eg: data.sql:
    connect internal
    select * from v$datafile;
    exit;
    and then run another batch script like :
    %ORACLE_HOME%/bin/svrmgrl @data.sql

    I think this will work.
    KN

  3. #3
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    I couldn't understand this
    How can I define the sql script to run in SVRMGRL.

    Explain in detail.

    Thanks
    Harry

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    Hi

    You have to make two bacth files.

    1. startup.bat
    ---------------

    svrmgrl @s.sql


    2. s.sql
    ----------------

    connect internal



    Then when ever you run the startup.bat, the the file s.sql will be executed. Try it..!

    Thomas
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  5. #5
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    My advice is " not to use svrmgrl and connect internal", since these commands are deprciated in Oracle9i, so use sqlplus which will make your script compatible to new Oracle version also.

    If you are using Unix.
    try
    sqlplus < connect scott/tiger@instance
    select * from dept;
    EOF


    Sanjay
    OCP 8i

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    AT Cmd

    Hi,

    u can try scheduler on NT. an execute the sql command file as below

    sqlplus internal file.sql

    this works if u r using od authenticatio otherwise

    sqlplus user/pwd file.sql

    vijay

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