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How to run *.sql file in db2?

How to run *.sql file in db2?


I have a .sql file containing INSERT statements. Could anyone please tell me as to how do I run it in db2 version 7? Also, do I need to add any other statements in the file apart from the INSERT statements (like connect to...)?



RE: How to run *.sql file in db2?

 Either you need to connect to db2 using your command window or you can insert the statement on top of all sql statement as "connect to sample user db2admin using db2admin" where sample is ur db name and db2admin being ur user id and password.
 next in your command window, change the respective directory and then type db2 -f filename.sql to execute the command.
Hope this helps

RE: How to run *.sql file in db2?

Isn't there a db2batch command as well?

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