I can't use IDMT in graphical mode. I understand I can run it in -console mode, but this will generate scritps only once.
There is a geninput command that can be run to update table list. Is there a way to update scripts from command line after running geninput ?
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Re: Is there a possibility to generate scripts from command line ?2012-06-22T19:34:06Z in response to nivanov1Hi nivanov1,
Thanks, but my question is if I run geninput, it will generate again a new table list. Therefore the scripts derived from this file are not accurate, among them unload.
What are the steps to have unload script regenerated after geninput has been run ? Generally, my question is what are the steps to run, in command line, the re-generation of scripts to proceed migration (DDL and Unload) in command line.