Hi I want to get the a field from a SQL query into unix shell script variable. the whole situation is like this. 1. Opened a cursor to a table in DB2 databse. 2. Fetching individual rows with the help of cursor. 3. Each row has 4 fields. I want each of the field in individual shell.
I tried using sql developer export to csv and it is taking ages to complete due to 100 million rows. It is taking around 2 hours for one million row csv export so you can imagine this will be a 200 hour job using sql developer. Toad just crashes on this attempt.
Introduction. This article will show eight ways to export rows from a T-SQL query to a txt file. We will show the following options: Shows results to a file in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS).
Question: Can you provide me a shell script that will accept oracle credentials, sql query to be executed and displays the output? Answer: The shell script given below prompts some basic information and displays the output of the SQL. You can use the same concept and hard-code some of these values in the shell-script itself and even run this script in the background to generate the output of.
This topic describes how to use the bcp utility to create a format file for a particular table. The format file is based on the data-type option specified (-n, -c, -w,or -N) and the table or view delimiters.Creating a Non-XML Format File. To use a bcp command to create a format file, specify the format argument and use nul instead of a data-file path. The format option also requires the -f.