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How Do We Interpret This ?

ksh $ETL_XXX/bin/filename.ksh wf_workflowname .
Which is used in post session command.
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Old 10-31-2007
Using the korn shell (ksh) it runs a script called filename.ksh
The first part of the script name is a variable - $ETL_XXX that points to a path.
wf_workflowname is a parameter to the script.
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Old 10-31-2007
Thank you . I think you are right..
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