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|From:||Paul DuBois||Date:||October 11 2002 11:03pm|
|Subject:||Re: How to make individual batch SQL silent|
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At 6:58 -0500 10/11/02, rick wrote: >I know how to make a whole batch SQL script silent (-s option of >mysql), but is there a way within a script to make one or more >individual statements silent? In Oracle PL/SQL, it can be done >using echo on/off and termout on/off. Not really, though maybe this ugly hack will help: mysql> \P >/dev/null mysql> \n The first sends query output to /dev/null, the second restores normal output.
|• How to make individual batch SQL silent||rick||11 Oct|
|• Re: How to make individual batch SQL silent||Michael T. Babcock||11 Oct|
|• Re: How to make individual batch SQL silent||Paul DuBois||12 Oct|