Top Forums Shell Programming and Scripting Storing multiple sql queries output into variable by running sql command only once Post 302974826 by rbatte1 on Saturday 4th of June 2016 04:16:24 AM
It might be easier with a Here Document:-

sql_output=`sqlplus -S <<-EOSQL
select 'query 1' from dual ;
select 'query 2' from dual ;

I've not checked this, but it is pretty close, I think. The commands to be input to sqlplus as though it was an interactive session are between the two EOSQL markers.


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