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Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting shellscript to read data from txt file and import to oracle db Post 302583613 by jayan_jay on Wednesday 21st of December 2011 12:51:49 AM
Old 12-21-2011
Placing sqlplus within while loop wont be a good idea ...

Try with the below modified one ..
Code:
[ -f "dir.txt" ] && echo "File present" || exit 1
while read line
do
      << your variable declaration code >>
      echo "<< your full sql insert code >> " >> /your/path/to/insert_query.sql
done < dir.txt
 
##Here connect the DB to insert 
 
sqlplus -s username/password <<EOF
set scan off;
@/your/path/to/insert_query.sql
exit;
EOF

 
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