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Executing sql script with out mysql prompt
Posted by: sreejith s
Date: December 01, 2005 05:20AM

Hi All,
I'm a newbie into Mysql arena.
How can i run an sql script in mysql without (or before) the mysql> prompt appears?.
In a broad sense, for example we have sevaral options for mysql like mysql -u -p and all.
I would like to know whether there is any option commands (like -u) to execute a script say abc.sql.
I'm expecting a method like what in Oracle!

{ sqlplus -s $ OraString << ! filename.sql ;
! }

HOw ever this command is not working with MySql.

Please help me if some one know this issue or faced it before.


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