Julien Mills on 14 Sep 2011 18:36:29 -0700

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[PLUG] Script question


I hate to post a dumb question but:
I have a script which runs on Slackware but not Ubuntu.

At the command line, this works:

$ cat cusmas.sql | sed 's/^\#.*$//g' | tr '\012;' ' \012' | isql rams

This does not work:

$ cat cusmas.sql | sed 's/^\#.*$//g' | tr '\012;' ' \012' | isql rams -b

It seems the -b causes the script to not work.
I want the -b there, it puts the isql in batch mode.  Does anyone know what the -b is doing?

Julien Mills julienfmills@yahoo.com
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