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Execute sqlldr command from java code.

 
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Hi,

I am not able to transfer the data from txt to oracle table using sqlldr. If I execute the same command from cmd, it executes fine but does not work if I execute from java code.

Please find the code below






Please help to resolve it.
 
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Process proc = rt.exec(cmd);

Executes one command line. You appear to have multiple commands you want to run. In that case, I would write a .bat file containing all of those commands and exec() the batch file.

You must also provide for consuming the stdOut and stdErr streams created by the process - see the Process JavaDocs.

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