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Script automating dynamic queries in a remote host

Script automating dynamic queries in a remote host

Script automating dynamic queries in a remote host

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Hi everyone,

Since very long time, at work I need to repeat the same operations every time.
I've therefore decided to automate via script the following instructions, costs what it may:

  1. ask ID from prompt and store it locally
  2. ssh to remote host
  3. enter docker container
  4. launch DML queries using the previously stored ID
  5. this returns one row with another ID from the column 'id' which I need to use in the next command
  6. store result of a DML including the new ID into a csv
  7. copy the csv into a different path
  8. exit the docker container
  9. change permission on that file
  10. exit the ssh
  11. secure copy of the file from the remote host to the initial/current folder
It might look kind of tricky but the only point I see as problematic (on which I'm actually stuck) are 2, 3 and 5.
Here is what I've done so far:

CODE -->

#!/bin/bash
read -p "Enter the ID you would like to process: " my_id
ssh 10.10.10.10
sudo docker exec -it psql-db /bin/sh
psql -U postgres -d MY-DATABASE -c "SELECT * FROM all_cases WHERE id='my_id'";
#get the ID from the 'id' column and save it as 'new_id'
Copy (Select one, two, three FROM table WHERE id='new_id') To '/tmp/'new_id'.csv' With CSV DELIMITER '|' HEADER;
cp /tmp/'new_id'.csv /var/tmp/
exit
sudo chown user:user /opt/tmp/'new_id'.csv
exit
scp 10.10.10.10:/opt/tmp/'new_id'.csv . 

Any suggestion is welcome, feel free to change the logic and thank you in advance.

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