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  • Latest Post - ‏2012-06-22T19:34:06Z by jmblaise
jmblaise
jmblaise
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Pinned topic Is there a possibility to generate scripts from command line ?

‏2012-06-17T11:26:52Z |
Hello,

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 ?

Thanks,

JMB
Updated on 2012-06-22T19:34:06Z at 2012-06-22T19:34:06Z by jmblaise
  • nivanov1
    nivanov1
    22 Posts

    Re: Is there a possibility to generate scripts from command line ?

    ‏2012-06-19T17:04:19Z  
    If I understand your question correctly, you'll need to run the unload script.
  • GregWathen
    GregWathen
    13 Posts

    Re: Is there a possibility to generate scripts from command line ?

    ‏2012-06-19T19:51:31Z  
    • nivanov1
    • ‏2012-06-19T17:04:19Z
    If I understand your question correctly, you'll need to run the unload script.
    Yes, nivanov1 is right. Just set GENDDL=true and the other options to false if you do not want to re-extract the data.
  • jmblaise
    jmblaise
    21 Posts

    Re: Is there a possibility to generate scripts from command line ?

    ‏2012-06-22T19:34:06Z  
    • nivanov1
    • ‏2012-06-19T17:04:19Z
    If I understand your question correctly, you'll need to run the unload script.
    Hi 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.

    Thanks,

    JMB