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[vox-tech] Re: Flushing buffer - part 2
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[vox-tech] Re: Flushing buffer - part 2



Sorry,

I'm wrong, please ignore.  (I had a problem in the last ksh script in the
chain)

Jay
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jay Strauss" <jjstrauss@yahoo.com>
To: "Vox-Tech@Lists.Mother.Com" <vox-tech@lists.mother.com>
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2001 10:36 AM
Subject: Flushing buffer - part 2


> I'm still working on this perl program that will dump a bunch of data
> produced by a script.  Last week Jeff N. gave me this (essentially):
>
> remote_exp
> ------------
> open(SCRIPTINPUT, "./remote_exp.ksh $sourceHost .$arg{programName}
> $DBAUserID
> $DBAPassword $arg{tables} $rows $SID|" ) or die "could not start
> remote_exp";
> print while <SCRIPTINPUT>;
> close SCRIPTINPUT;
>
> It works fine if I call it from the command line.  But if I call this
script
> from another script like:
>
> Caller
> ------
> my $stuff = qx[remote_exp fdba=$arg{fromDBAConnectString} tables=$tables
> rows=n]
>
> It hangs.  I don't understand why.  I'd like to redirect ">" the output to
a
> file like:
>
> my $stuff = qx[remote_exp fdba=$arg{fromDBAConnectString} tables=$tables
> rows=n > output]
>
> But I can't get past the hang.
>
> Jay Strauss
> jjstrauss@yahoo.com
>


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