On Tue, May 1, 2007 09:57, Stijn Verholen wrote:
> Octavian Rasnita wrote:
>> mysql -u user -p database -e 'show tables;' > file.txt
That one works for me, with a litle change. -s (kill's columnnames a.o.).
root@styx:~# mysql -s -u rppt test -e 'show tables;' > file.txt
root@styx:~# cat file.txt
Hmmm, there is no such user "-u rppt" but it works anyway ???
Maybe because it's the test db.
>> But the result was the help file displayed by MySQL when a command is
>> not correct. The SQL queries I gave are correct, because they work
>> when I give them at the mysql prompt.
What error message do you get ?
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