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Oracle batch shell scripting. It's not uncommon to use Linux shell scripts (ksh or bash) scripts to invoke Oracle processes remotely, usually using a crontab (on in Windows with the AT command). It's easy to embed Oracle commands into a batch shell script and use the shell command language to analyze and/or format the output from Oracle.How can I use Oracle commands in a batch file?
It's easy to embed Oracle commands into a batch shell script and use the shell command language to analyze and/or format the output from Oracle. I also recommend getting the free Oracle Linux command reference poster.How to connect to Oracle Database and run SQL queries using Unix?
Q) How to connect to oracle database and run sql queries using a unix shell script? The first thing you have to do to connect to oracle database in unix machine is to install oracle database drivers on the unix box. Once you installed, test whether you are able to connect to the database from command prompt or not.How does the DBA use scripts?
Here are some examples of how the DBA uses these commands: In the example above, the first entry shows that a script to analyze a table runs every Friday at 4:00 a.m. The second entry shows that a script to perform a hot backup runs every Wednesday and Saturday at 3:00 a.m.