Warning: I am no expert on building scripts, and sorry for lousy English.
In an case of generating a CSV from a database query I'm using the following commands.
CALL java.exe -classpath ... com.xigole.util.sql.Jisql -user dmfodbc -pf pwd.file -driver com.sybase.jdbc3.jdbc.SybDriver -cstring %constr% -c ; -input 42.sql -formatter csv -delimiter ; 2>>%LOGFILE% | CALL grep -v -e "SELECT right" -e "executing: " -e " rows affect" > %FicheiroR% 2>>%LOGFILE%
I'm using windows implementation of grep.
2>>%LOGFILE% in both java and grep command is causing an error message indicating the file is being use by another process.
The Ugly workaround i have came up with is to put grep error redirect to a temporary
java ... | grep ... 2>>%LOGFILE%.aux type %LOGFILE%.aux >> % %LOGFILE% del %LOGFILE%.aux
What is a better solution?