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passing default parameters from Robout job scheduler to oracle procedure

passing default parameters from Robout job scheduler to oracle procedure

passing default parameters from Robout job scheduler to oracle procedure

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I am not a developer I am a job scheduler. We are currently migrating jobs from OEM scheduler to Robot. We have some jobs that require parameters. How do I send parameters specifically default parameters. In grid the codee is . /home/user/run_script.ksh jobname database.schema jobname [],[],[R]

The first 2 parameters are default the third is rerun mode. In grid you need [] to send a default parameter. However in Robot that gives me a message you cannot pass null. How would I send a default in Robot. We pass this to a linux script which then executes a PL/SQL? package/procedure. Any help would be appreciated.

Cretin

RE: passing default parameters from Robout job scheduler to oracle procedure


Perhaps if you replace by quotes and remove commas?:

CODE

. /home/user/run_script.ksh jobname database.schema jobname '' '' '' 
You could omit trailing null(s).
ponder

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