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Old 06-29-2006
sqlplus session being able to see unix variables session within a script

Hi there.
How do I make the DB connection see the parameter variables passed to the unix script ? The code snippet below isn't working properly.

sqlplus << EOF
user1@db1/pass1

BEGIN
PACKAGE1.perform_updates($1,$2,$3);
END;

EOF


Thanks in advance,
Abrahao.
# 2  
Old 06-29-2006
Code:
sqlplus user1@db1/pass1 << EOF
BEGIN
PACKAGE1.perform_updates($1,$2,$3);
END;
/

EOF

Assuming your PL/SQL works - did you try it? - I added a slash, because it could not have worked without it.
# 3  
Old 07-03-2006
Smilie
the slash was the problem, now the variables are getting into the package.
thanks!

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