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how do you display the name of a SQLPLUS script that is running

Like in UNIX where you can echo $0 and it gives the name of the script running how do you do a similar thing in SQLPLUS. Is there a set option that can be turned on that will allow the name of the script to be displayed when the script first executes?

Regards
Christopher
Jan 29 '08 #1
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amitpatel66
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Like in UNIX where you can echo $0 and it gives the name of the script running how do you do a similar thing in SQLPLUS. Is there a set option that can be turned on that will allow the name of the script to be displayed when the script first executes?

Regards
Christopher
Is the file name to be mentioned manually or taken from the database table?
Mar 3 '08 #2

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