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From Ninju Bohra <>
Subject How to hide output of an <exec>
Date Fri, 15 Apr 2005 15:43:10 GMT
Hello all,

On my Windows Box, I have a series of <exec> calls to
do a set of Orcale database operations, one of the
calls look like:

       <exec executable="imp.exe">
          <arg value="${import.login}"/>
          <arg value="touser=${import.user}"/>
          <arg value="BUFFER=32000000"/>
          <arg value="RECORDLENGTH=65535"/>
          <arg value="IGNORE=N"/>
          <arg value="GRANTS=N"/>
          <arg value="ROWS=Y"/>
          <arg value="COMMIT=N"/>
          <arg value="INDEXES=Y"/>
          <env key="NLS_LANG"

Now everything works fine with the program generating
a lot of output to the console.  This output is useful
when the call initiated by a user, but we also have an
automated CruiseControl process that uses the same
targets to load it's database and the problem is that
all that output (2k+ lines) ends up cluttering the
final CC email that gets generated.

So is there any simple parameter that I can send to
the <exec> task to tell it to suppress sending the
output the to System.out?

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