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SQL Talk question

SQL Talk question

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Hi I have a question with SQL Talk 7.0.1.  I am working as an intern for a IT company.  I was given a project to see if i could find out how to automatically create a file that will run an update automatically instead of manually with the database in SQL Talk.  We connect to the database, then check it, then look for updates, then deinstall, then install new.  I was wondering if there is a way to write a scrpit or code a file to do all that instead of do it manually.

RE: SQL Talk question

1.  Create the scripts in SQLTalk if you have not already done so.
2.  Creat a batch file that will run the scripts for you.
3.  You can exicute the batch file manually or you can use Windows task scheduler to run the batch file for you.

Jason Beard, CBT

RE: SQL Talk question

Thank you for Your Answer. I've also the same problem and I don't know, how the correct Syntax für the Call the SQLTalk in the Batch-File.
Thank You

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