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extract / file not created

Hi, Experts

Env

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IQ 15.4

OS : Linux

env|grep SQLCONNECT

SQLCONNECT=uid=DBA;pwd=password;eng=RBADB

/tmp> dbisql -nogui ext.sql

---> NO ERROR BUT no file was created (a.dat)

/***************** ext.sql (bof) *************************/

set temporary option temp_extract_name1= '/tmp/a.dat';

select * from tab_a;

set temporary option temp_extract_name1='';

/****************** (eof) *********************************/

But not using script file( ext.sql)

Extracted file is created successfully without error ....

What is the problem ???

Thanks in advance

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2016 at 03:58 PM

    YOu do need set

    (DBA)> set option isql_show_multiple_result_sets='on' ;

    (DBA)> SET OPTION ISQL_PRINT_RESULT_SET = 'ALL';

    extract file default location is .db directory.

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    • Hi, Saroj,

      I'm facing the same issue too... But after added the 2 option you mentioned, I still fail to create extract file with script... Here's my sample file --

      asiq160@bigDataIQ:/iq_data/bcp> cat ex.sh

      #!/bin/bash

      echo `date +%F' '%T`:started

      dbisql -c "uid=dba;pwd=sql" -host 10.128.244.161 -port 2641 -nogui << EOF

      set temporary option temp_extract_name1='export.dat';

      set temporary option temp_extract_directory='/iq_data/bcp';

      set temporary option isql_show_multiple_result_sets='on' ;

      SET temporary OPTION ISQL_PRINT_RESULT_SET = 'ALL';

      select * from STOCK;

      set temporary option temp_extract_name1='';

      EOF

      echo `date +%F' '%T`:ended

      asiq160@bigDataIQ:/iq_data/bcp> ./ex.sh

      2016-07-26 03:00:12:started

      (DBA)> Execution time: 0.003 seconds

      (DBA)> 2016-07-26 03:00:13:ended

      asiq160@bigDataIQ:/iq_data/bcp> ls

      ex.sh

      And I also checked the .db folder -- find no file named export.dat created. Would you please have a look? Thanks

      Regards

      Eisen

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