I'm learning to script in the ksh environment on a Solaris Box.
I have 10 files in a directory that I need to pass, as input to a batchjob one by one. lets say, the files are named as follows;
abcd.txt ; efgh.bat ; wxyz.temp etc. (random filenames with varied extensions ).
How do I go about achieving the following :
I want my batch script to take one file at a time from the current directory and process it, redirect the console output to a logfile (log1.txt, log2.txt etc )
./batch_script.ksh > log1.txt -- likewise, create 10 log files and exit
for simplicity sake, contents of the script:
mv abcd.txt ./temp/
echo "test script"
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