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Mar
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comment Calling LoadLibraryEx on ISAPI filter failed (v4.0.30319)
Note that in the IIS Manager for IIS 7.5 I was able to select the problematic ASP.NET_4.0.30319.0 ISAPI filter, click the "Edit..." action on the right, and change "Framework" to "Framework64" directly in the editor that popped up. Fixed it for me!
Jun
19
comment Run Oracle SQL script and exit from sqlplus.exe via command prompt
That's fine, but doesn't meet the requirement of doing this without modifying the script to include an exit/quit statement. The intent is that these scripts can be run by a DBA from SQL Plus, but can also be run from a batch file.
Jun
2
comment Install 2.5" SSD drives into PowerEdge 2950
Josh, do you know if this will work with the backplane in the PowerEdge server?
Jun
2
comment Install 2.5" SSD drives into PowerEdge 2950
X25-E is way more expensive, and I don't have a need for much parallel drive access, which is why I'm looking at X25-M (which is what I run in my workstation and laptop)
Sep
25
comment Run Oracle SQL script and exit from sqlplus.exe via command prompt
Excellent - this is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!
Sep
23
comment Run Oracle SQL script and exit from sqlplus.exe via command prompt
The point is not to change the script - I often have a number of large scripts that I want to execute without modifying.
Sep
23
comment Run Oracle SQL script and exit from sqlplus.exe via command prompt
Chris, could you provide a working example? Just something simple that runs a "select * from dual" or something... I've created examples to try out your suggestions, to no avail. Remember that this is on Windows.
Sep
23
comment Run Oracle SQL script and exit from sqlplus.exe via command prompt
Sorry, this doesn't work either. /nolog allows sqlplus to start without logging on. It has nothing to do with exiting a script when it completes.
Sep
23
comment Run Oracle SQL script and exit from sqlplus.exe via command prompt
Unfortunately, this doesn't work. When I execute the batch file, SqlPlus waits at the SQL> prompt for user input instead of returning control to the command prompt.