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Returning SQL errors from SQLPlus to TWS

Returning SQL errors from SQLPlus to TWS

Returning SQL errors from SQLPlus to TWS

(OP)
Hello,

    We are planning to use Tivoli Workload Scheduler for scheduling sql scripts. We will use a batch file to call the sql and this batch file will be scheduled on TWS.

1. Can TWS get the Oracle error code or does it only recogonize 0 and 1 ?
2. If Tivoli can accept Oracle errors, how can it be passed from SQLPlus to the batch file and from the batch file to TWS?
3. If someone could provide sample code it would be great.

Thanks,
Sunder

RE: Returning SQL errors from SQLPlus to TWS

sample pl/sql file
demo.sql:

set serveroutput on size 1000000;
set echo off;
set trim off;
variable status number;
trash Boolean;
declare
error_code varchar2(100);
:status:=2;
trash:=fn_a(error_code);
if not trash
then
   :status:=1;
else
   :status:=0;
end if;
end;
/

column status new_value status noprint
select :status status from dual;
exit &status

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