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Calling Macros in UNIX command

Hi ..

I have created a sql macro, i want to execute this through ksh in putty.ie) sql.ksh will contain the macro query ,once i call this ksh ,the macro should trigger.

I am able to write a macro : for ex:

create macro macro_name
(sel * from db_tablename)
execute macro_name.

Could anyone explain me how to add the above command in a ksh shell script ..i tried by
.logon username/pwd like this.....

but i am not able to...

Thanks in advance
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