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Need small modification in script

Hi All,
In the below script, I am calling one sql file test.sql If this file returns any data then I have to generate this file test_$RUN_DATE.FCNA If the sql files returns no data then I dont want to generate this file test_$RUN_DATE.FCNA.
I tried one approach like: check the size of FCNA files and based on this I am deleting the FCNA file. But, client are not okay with deletion of file.
IS there any to handle this requirement.

# Case 9523 SQL to run daily at 7pm
# spool file is placed in otmtms/staging then the normal ftp script will copy
# it to otmtms/out for pickup and otmtms/acrhive
# Version 1.0 12-28-2012
RUN_DATE=$(date +%Y%m%d%H%M%S)
# Set ORACLE_HOME and related variables
ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/oracle/product/11.2.0; export ORACLE_HOME
NLS_LANG=American_America.UTF8; export NLS_LANG
# Set PATH
sqlplus -S /nolog <<EOF
spool /ftp/test_$RUN_DATE.FCNA
whenever sqlerror exit FAILURE
connect SHIPMAXOWNER/shipmaxowner@$SID 
#fcna= /ftp/test_$RUN_DATE.FCNA
#if [ -s $fcna ]
#	echo "Exception Encountered****Notification sent via maill****".
#    rm  /ftp/test_$RUN_DATE.FCNA
#	echo "deletion success****".

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Last edited by rbatte1; 10-20-2015 at 07:02 AM.. Reason: Wrapped in CODE tags
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I would suggest just moving the file to an archive area. You are already using the $RUN_DATE time-stamp in the file name to prevent overwriting next time.


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