Can you SET ROLE <role_name> in sqlldr?
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    hi,
    I need to have a role set before I run sqlldr. Is there anyway to set a role in sqlldr? currently, all the roles are set to none and this is the requirments. A role only can be set during that session. Any ideas?

    thanks.

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    I have never tried it but most probably is you can do it with a logon trigger

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    I don't understand....logon trigger?

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    I'm running sqlldr in unix script and need to set a role:


    sqlldr CONTROL=$controlFile LOG=$logFile BAD=$badFile DATA=$filePath << EOF > /dev/null 2>&1
    $login
    EOF
    if [ `egrep -c "(Error:|ORA-)" $logFile` -gt 0 ]; then
    egrep "(Error:|ORA-)" $logFile | head -1
    exit 1
    fi
    echo "SQLLOAD_OK"


    this is for Solaris 8 with Oracle 8.1.7

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    look oracle doco about event based triggers regarding logon triggers

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    Originally posted by pando
    look oracle doco about event based triggers regarding logon triggers
    ... and forget unix scripts: use PL/SQL and DBMS_JOB! When I hear of unix cripts I sort of remember of ABBA and the Village People :-)

    If Jeff is reading this: you asked me last year how to shedule RMAN backups only from PL/SQL. I did that eventually. With a little help of my friends :-) Tim Hall and his great site).
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