Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting /usr/local/bin/expr function not working Post 302607689 by sdosanjh on Thursday 15th of March 2012 05:44:53 AM
$BASENAME is not numeric..its say "India"

@Franklin52, but i am getting value in cutoffdate variable

@itkamaraj; in /tmp/loadDSdata.tmpl i have contents like below
Kenya
India

Then it will go to directory search for Kenya_*.csv file and remove.

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@michaelrozar17

Thanks dear, that worked.


Quote:
CurrentDate = 20120315
cutoffdate = 20120312
Len = 7
Len2 = 14
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Quote:
Originally Posted by michaelrozar17
What OS your using..? Maybe you can try as Len=`/usr/local/bin/expr "$BASENAME" : '.*'` instead of length expression.

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