Hi friends ,
can i capture sqlldr error message or exception when sqlldr gets some bad records
actually we are invoking this in shell script .
sqlldr xyz/xyz@test control=/usr/local/weblogic/upload_vol.ctl direct=true log=/usr/local/weblogic/upload_vol.log
--- upload_vol control file
INTO TABLE upload_volume
FIELDS TERMINATED BY ','
Thanks in advance .
hi dave ,
thanks for quick response ..
i want this operation to fail .. whenever a single bad record is present in the flat file ..
by putting bad=bad.log it is writing bad records in bad.log file .. which continues the sqlldr .
i want this to exit with error message whenever a bad record comes .
oh right, there is a max error parameter - ill try look it up
Actually, use ERRORS=0. If you use ERRORS=1 the loader will terminate only when it encounters a *second* bad record. This parameters specifies how many bad records you allow before stopping the loading process.
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I will let you know once i try eith errors = 0
Last edited by prakashs43; 08-19-2004 at 12:46 PM.
I tried errors = 0 in following command
sqlldr xyz/xyz@isrprod control=/usr/local/weblogic/upload_vol.ctl log=/usr/local/weblogic/upload_vol.log bad=/usr/local/weblogic/upload_vol.bad discard=/usr/local/weblogic/Web_data/upload_vol.dis errors=0
but it still continued though there was one bad record .
and it showed that record in .bad file .
am i missing anything here .
Is the command line being truncated?
How about putting OPTIONS (ERRORS=0) in the control file?
Hi Friends ,
errors=0 is actually exiting sqlldr whenever 1st bad record comes
actually i am calling sqlldr from java
can i actually capture
success and failure return codes ..
thanks for all your help
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