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SQLPLUS calling Via Script

Hello All,

Could you please help me if i am doing anything wrong in below script, especially the sqlplus part performance wise or anything else i could improvise in the script. Thank you.

## Batch Obj Id

## script dir
RUN_DIR=$(dirname $0)

## Set/Source Environment #
cd ${RUN_DIR}

${ORACLE_HOME}/bin/sqlplus -s /nolog <<-EOF > /dev/null
conn el1acpt2/$PASS@AOWH01
spool ${SRC_DIR}/SRVC_CONV/RDW_SRVC_CONV_${MP_BCH_OBJ_ID}_$partition.dat;
set pagesize 0
set trimspool on
set heading off
set feedback off
select ACTVY_RPTNG_PER_DT||'|'||LN_ID||'|'||ARM_IDX_CD||'|'||RCRS_TYP_CD||'|'||LNDR_LN_ID from LN_ACTVY partition($3);
spool off;

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