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HOCKEYDAD 10-19-2007 11:59 AM

Export error
 
Hi,

Let me start by saying I am a complete noob to Linux. I am trying to run a shell script which USED to run under Unix. I have everything commented out except "cd /cloverleaf/qdx5.4.1/integrator". I know this exists because I can get to it on the command line. When I execute the script I get:

: No such file or directory: line 25: cd: /cloverleaf/qdx5.4.1/integrator

The vendor hasn't been much help. They told me I needed to set and enviroment variable and sent me the following to place in my script.

/usr/bin/ksh -c `export QUOVADX_INSTALL_DIR=/cloverleaf/qdx5.4.1/integrator/sbin/hcisetenv -root ksh /cloverleaf/qdx5.4.1/integrator` imphp

When I run this in the script I get:

./CERNER_USAGE_PROCESS_TEST: line 1: export: `-root': not a valid identifier
./CERNER_USAGE_PROCESS_TEST: line 1: export: `/cloverleaf/qdx5.4.1/integrator': not a valid identifier
: not foundh: imphp


Any help would be appreciated,

Tim

bigrigdriver 10-19-2007 05:12 PM

It would help to see the script. If it is a Korn shell (ksh) script, those with the knowledge of ksh could help. If is a Unix Bourne shell (sh), folks with knowledge of sh/bash scripting could help.

HOCKEYDAD 10-22-2007 06:57 AM

There is a link from ksh to bash and I can get to it from the command line, however when the first line executes, I get:

-bash-2.05b$ ./CERNER_USAGE_PROCESS_TEST
: bad interpreter: No such file or directory/ksh


Here's the script. Most of it has been commented out, but I can't even get past the #!/usr/bin/ksh

#! /usr/bin/ksh
#********************************
# CERNER_USAGE_PROCESS_TEST
#
# Created by : Tim Hallbauer
# Date: 02/02/06
# Modified:
#
#********************************
#
#********************
# Stop the thread *
#********************
#setroot
#setsite smc_development
#
#hcicmd -p surginet_usage -c 'CER_LAW_USAGE pstop'
#
#/usr/bin/ksh -c `export QUOVADX_INSTALL_DIR=/cloverleaf/qdx5.4.1/integrator/sbin/hcisetenv -root ksh /cloverleaf/qdx5.4.1/integrator` imphp
#
#***************************************
# Change to the directory the file is *
# in and fix it. (remove the extra \n) *
#***************************************
#
cd /cloverleaf/qdx5.4.1/integrator
#
#tr -d '\015' < CERNER_USAGE_TEMP > FFINVTRANSWK
#
#*************************************************
# Change to the directory where we want the file *
# to reside on Lawson and begin the FTP process *
#*************************************************
#
#ftp -n -i << EOP
# open IP
# user name pwd
# cd /law8B/apps/test/hht
# type binary
# put FFINVTRANSWK
# site chmod 777 FFINVTRANSWK
#quit
#EOP
#
#**********************
# Backup and delete *
#**********************
#
#cp FFINVTRANSWK FFINVTRANSWK_BKP
#cp CERNER_USAGE_TEMP CERNER_USAGE_TEMP_BKP
#rm CERNER_USAGE_TEMP
#
#*********************
# Start CER_LAW_USAGE *
#*********************
#hcicmd -p surginet_usage -c 'CER_LAW_USAGE pstart'
#

HOCKEYDAD 10-22-2007 10:11 AM

Got it figured out after some digging. I found a similar post and thought about how the script was created. It was copied and pasted from a text editor which caused the code to have carriage returns at the end of each line. I re-keyed the script in vi and now it runs just like it used to.

Thanks for helping.


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