Passing parameters to sql inside a shell script.
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  1. #1
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    Unhappy Passing parameters to sql inside a shell script.

    Hi,
    can anyone help me in this script.

    nawk '{{print $1,$2,$3}}' ./$DirectoryName/AuditGroupTableTableData_$TimeStamp.txt | while read a b c
    do
    echo $a
    echo $b
    echo $c
    touch ./$DirectoryName/Query.sql
    ret=`sqlplus -s $db_user/$db_pwd@$db_sid "'$a'" "'$b'" "'$c'" < ./${DirectoryName}/Query.sql
    SET HEADING OFF
    SET SERVEROUTPUT ON SIZE 10000
    SET FEEDBACK OFF
    DECLARE
    CNT NUMBER(5);
    DROPCNT NUMBER(5);
    ERRORCNT NUMBER(5);
    BEGIN
    SELECT COUNT(*) INTO CNT FROM USAGE_INTRNL_ERROR WHERE AUDIT_GROUP_ID='&1';
    IF ( CNT != &3) THEN
    Dbms_Output.put_line('SELECT INTRL_DROP_QTY,INTRL_ERROR_QTY INTO DROPCNT,ERRORCNT FROM USAGE_AUDIT_GROUP WHERE AUDIT_GROUP_NBR=''&1'';';
    SELECT INTRL_ERROR_QTY INTO DROPCNT FROM USAGE_AUDIT_GROUP WHERE AUDIT_GROUP_NBR = '&1';
    SET DROPCNT=DROPCNT-CNT;
    Dbms_Output.put_line('UPDATE USAGE_AUDIT_GROUP SET INTRL_DROP_QTY='||DROPCNT||' ,INTRL_ERROR_QTY='||CNT||' WHERE AUDIT_GROUP_NBR=''&1'';'
    END IF;
    END;
    /
    EXIT;
    EOF`
    touch ./$DirectoryName/SELECTQuery_$TimeStamp.sql
    touch ./$DirectoryName/UPDATEQuery_$TimeStamp.sql
    for stmt in `cat ./${DirectoryName}/Query.sql`
    do
    is_select=`echo ${stmt} | grep "^SELECT" | wc -l`
    if [ ${is_select} -ne 0 ]
    then
    echo ${stmt} >> ./$DirectoryName/SELECTQuery_$TimeStamp.sql
    else
    echo ${stmt} >> ./$DirectoryName/UPDATEQuery_$TimeStamp.sql
    fi
    done
    done

    Am unable to connect to db with this .

    is this statement correct:
    ret=`sqlplus -s $db_user/$db_pwd@$db_sid "'$a'" "'$b'" "'$c'" < ./${DirectoryName}/Query.sql


    and the input file contents for nawk is as follows:

    1LK81JVDE2HRNDG 3 0


    1LMXTJJD0W28TX2 3 0


    1LS1XJGDEVWAC5T 7 1

  2. #2
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    Cool

    What errors do you get?

    For one, your sqlplus query has syntax errors.

    Related to the parameters, you should not use double and single quotes.
    Also if you wish to execute a query, use '@' instead of '<' in the command line, try this:
    PHP Code:
    ret=`sqlplus -s $db_user/$db_pwd@$db_sid "$a" "$b" "$c" @./${DirectoryName}/Query.sql <<EOF
    -- here go your additional sql commands --
    exit
    EOF

    Last edited by LKBrwn_DBA; 03-27-2012 at 03:57 PM.
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