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How to call an Oracle Stored Procedure from CMD file?

 
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Hi,
I have an Oracle Stored Procedure(SP) , I want to schedule win NT to call the SP at certain time interval. I heard I have ti write a .cmd file to do that. How can I call oracle SP from .cmd file. The SP is like a batch process, neither takes input parameter nor returns.
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You should be able to kick off sqlplus from command line. The sqlplus file you kick off would then do the execute of the stored procedure.
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Dan
 
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What do you mean by kick off SQL Plus from the command line?
 
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If you have the PC versions of the software...
you can type sqlplus id/pass at the command line
Dan
 
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