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I'm brand new to the DbVis and I was wondering if someone could help me out. I've written and SQL statement to run in DbVis that exports a .CSV file to a location on my local computer.
I'm now trying to write a .BAT file that I can schedule via window task scheduler, but I can't seem to get it working. I've read through the help and post here in the support area.
In the cmd window I'm trying to run the following command
dbviscmd.bat -connection "My Connection" -sqlfile "C:\sql\test.sql"
But I'm not getting it to run, am I missing something? Any suggestions would be great, and thanks for the help!
over 8 years ago
[This reply is migrated from our old forums.]
Re: SQL BATCH file
To run the dbviscmd.bat script you need to make sure any of the following is true before executing the script:
- You need to cd to the installation directory for DbVisualizer in which the dbviscmd.bat script is located
- Prepare the PATH environment variable so that it include the DbVisualizer installation directory
- Qualify the dbviscmd.bat script with the full path
Secondly you need to check that Java is available. Do this by opening a command shell and run java -version.
Please post more details if these suggestions don't help.
For more information about the command line interface: