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Re: sqlplus vs mysql command line tool
Posted by: Indrek Siitan
Date: June 29, 2004 02:39AM

Scott,

the MySQL command line tool "mysql" unfortunately is unable to do this on its own at the moment. I'm no shell guru to tell you the exact syntax, but a first thing that pops into my mind would be to run the .sql file through AWK and have that to replace &1/%2, $1/$2 or whatever with the command line parameters, and then feed it to the MySQL client.

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