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Old 09-11-2011, 04:53 PM   #1
Felipe
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Run oracle form bash


Hallo:

I'm trying to run oracle sql statement form bash.

It's possible to run a oracle sentence with:

sqlplus user/pass@sid <<End
sentence 1
sentence 2
sentence 3
commit
End

The problem is that it's a bit slow due to continues connections.

Is possible to open a oracle connection and redirect request with exec?

what I try is to open it with
exec 3<>/tmp/connection
sqplus user/pass@sid >&3

now I what to run my script and every time I want to do a request to Oracle, not to have to open the connection (it's already open), just redirect the input/output:
select * from dual; 0>&3

And receive the unanswered with
read result 1<&3

And finally do:
commit 0>&3
exec 3<&-

This is the idea, but don't know if is possible and the syntax I have to use with the redirectors of &3 (don't know how exec and &3 is used).

Thanks
 
Old 09-11-2011, 08:40 PM   #2
kbp
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It's probably not a good idea to leave connections hanging around, see if you can find a connection pooling app for oracle that's similar to pgpool for postgres - then you can just close your connections in the script but you benefit from previous connections if they're available.
 
  


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