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# 1  
Old 03-29-2012
running multiple command in a single line

Hi

Can we run the linux command and per script in a single command

Code:
[/efare1/home/qabuild] $ cd /usr/local/adm/ ;ctsv scmtest_qabuild ;cspec.pl scmtest

This is a combination of linux and clearcase command and last one is perl script with argument.
I can see the first and 2nd coomand is executing but last i.e. perl script is not running.

Please suggest.
# 2  
Old 03-29-2012
You have to run perl script as
Code:
[/efare1/home/qabuild] $ cd /usr/local/adm/ ;ctsv scmtest_qabuild ;perl cspec.pl scmtest

--Shirish
# 3  
Old 03-29-2012
No its not running this way I tried it but no luck
# 4  
Old 03-29-2012
does it run separately . if its running then whats the error that you are getting during combined run ??
# 5  
Old 03-29-2012
yes it run separately fine but when I try it with multiple coomands it does not provide the same result.this perl script actually set the configuration of any branch.

for e.g
Code:
element * CHECKEDOUT
element * .../apr0512-dev/LATEST
element * APR0512-BASE -mkbranch apr0512-dev
element * .../pub-int/0 -mkbranch apr0512-dev
element * /main/0 -mkbranch pub-int

for which brnach I am trying
Code:
element * CHECKEDOUT
element * SCMTEST-BASE -mkbranch scmtest-dev
element * .../pub-int/0 -mkbranch scmtest-dev
element * /main/0 -mkbranch pub-int

That it is showing 4 lines whereas after setting it it should show 5 lines

Last edited by Franklin52; 03-29-2012 at 10:41 AM.. Reason: fixed code tags
# 6  
Old 03-29-2012
try #!/bin/perl in the 1st line of script.
# 7  
Old 03-29-2012
This is alreay mentioned in the sript
Code:
[/usr/local/adm] $ less cspec.pl
#! /usr/atria/bin/Perl

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