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  • 5. Run Commands Interactively
  • -

    5.1. User Inteface

    +

    5.1. User Interface

    5.1.1. Product Banner

    @@ -2577,7 +2577,7 @@ SQL terminator and then reenter the command on one line.

    You can continue any SQL statement over multiple lines, breaking that statement at any point except -within a word, a numeric literal, or a multicharacter operator (for example, <=). To break a string +within a word, a numeric literal, or a multi-character operator (for example, <=). To break a string literal in a DML statement, use a concatenation operator (||). For more information, see the concatenation operator in the Trafodion SQL Reference Manual.

    @@ -2963,7 +2963,7 @@ LISTCOUNT 0 [All Rows]

    To display commands that were recently executed in the TrafCI session, enter the HISTORY command. The HISTORY command associates each command with a number that -you can use to reexecute or edit the command with the FC command. See +you can use to re-execute or edit the command with the FC command. See Edit and Reexecute a Command.

    @@ -2990,7 +2990,7 @@ SQL>

    Example

    -

    This SAVEHIST command saves the session history inca file named history.txt in the +

    This SAVEHIST command saves the session history in a file named history.txt in the local directory where you are running TrafCI:

    @@ -4293,7 +4293,7 @@ sess=None -Commmand +Command Description Documentation @@ -4346,7 +4346,7 @@ sess=None
    FC
    -

    Edits and reexecutes a previous command. This command is restricted to the command-line +

    Edits and re-executes a previous command. This command is restricted to the command-line interface and is disallowed in script files.

    FC Command

    @@ -4413,7 +4413,7 @@ successful connection.

    REPEAT
    -

    Reexecutes a command.

    +

    Re-executes a command.

    REPEAT Command

    @@ -4569,7 +4569,7 @@ The default is a semicolon (;).

    SHOW PARAM
    -

    isplays the parameters that are set in the current session.

    +

    Displays the parameters that are set in the current session.

    SHOW PARAM Command

    @@ -4722,7 +4722,7 @@ If you omit section-name, the @ command execu
  • -

    This @ command runs the script file in the specified directory on aWindows workstation:

    +

    This @ command runs the script file in the specified directory on a Windows workstation:

     SQL> @c:\my_files\ddl.sql
    @@ -4829,7 +4829,7 @@ the rest of the tokens to be treated as parameters.

    SQL-terminator

    is the default terminator (;) or a string value defined for the statement terminator by the -SET SQLTERMINATOR Command. For moreinformation, see +SET SQLTERMINATOR Command. For more information, see Set and Show the SQL Terminator.

  • @@ -5628,7 +5628,7 @@ the line below the displayed command line:

    characters

    Replaces existing characters one-for-one with characters, beginning with the first character immediately above characters. -`characters` must begin with a nonblank character.

    +`characters` must begin with a non-blank character.

    @@ -5649,7 +5649,7 @@ commands to stop editing the line. If that line is the last line of the command,
    • -

      Reexecute the most recent command that begins with SH:

      +

      Re-execute the most recent command that begins with SH:

      SQL> FC SH
      @@ -5839,11 +5839,11 @@ SQL>
      Message Count
      -

      Number of messages sent/received between filesystem and disk process.

      +

      Number of messages sent/received between file system and disk process.

      Message Bytes
      -

      Number of message bytes sent/received between filesystem and disk process.

      +

      Number of message bytes sent/received between file system and disk process.

      Lock Escl
      @@ -6051,7 +6051,7 @@ SQL> SELECT FROM Customers;

      8.15. HISTORY Command

      The HISTORY command displays recently executed commands, identifying each command by a number that you can use -to reexecute or edit the command.

      +to re-execute or edit the command.

      8.15.1. Syntax

      @@ -6079,8 +6079,8 @@ to reexecute or edit the command.

      You must enter the command on one line. The command does not require an SQL terminator.

    • -

      You can use the FC command to edit and reexecute a command in the history buffer, or use the -REPEAT command to reexecute a command without modifying it. See FC Command or +

      You can use the FC command to edit and re-execute a command in the history buffer, or use the +REPEAT command to re-execute a command without modifying it. See FC Command or REPEAT Command.

    @@ -6861,7 +6861,7 @@ SQL> OBEY c:\trafci
  • This command executes all files beginning with the word "script" and contains one character after the word script -and ends with .sql extenstion. For example: script1.sql, script2.sql, scriptZ.sqland so on.

    +and ends with .sql extension. For example: script1.sql, script2.sql, scriptZ.sqland so on.

    SQL> OBEY C:\trafci\script?.sql
    @@ -6878,7 +6878,7 @@ and ends with .sql extenstion. For example: script1.sql
  • This command executes all files that begin with the word "script" and contains one character after the word "script" and -ends with an extenstion prefixed by a dot. For example: script1.sql, script2.bat, scriptZ.txt, and so on.

    +ends with an extension prefixed by a dot. For example: script1.sql, script2.bat, scriptZ.txt, and so on.

    SQL> OBEY C:\trafci\script?.
    @@ -7311,7 +7311,7 @@ Connected to Trafodion

    8.24. REPEAT Command

    -

    The REPEAT command reexecutes a previous command.

    +

    The REPEAT command re-executes a previous command.

    8.24.1. Syntax

    @@ -7352,8 +7352,8 @@ command in the history buffer.

    You must enter the command on one line. The command does not require an SQL terminator.

  • -

    To reexecute the immediately preceding command, enter REPEAT without specifying a number. If you enter more than one -command on a line, then the REPEAT command reexecutes only the last command on the line.

    +

    To re-execute the immediately preceding command, enter REPEAT without specifying a number. If you enter more than one +command on a line, then the REPEAT command re-executes only the last command on the line.

  • When a command is selected for repeat, and the SQL terminator value has changed since the execution of that command, @@ -7367,7 +7367,7 @@ then TrafCI replaces the SQL terminator in the command with the current SQL term

    • -

      Display the previously executed commands and reexecute the second to the last command:

      +

      Display the previously executed commands and re-execute the second to the last command:

      SQL> HISTORY
      @@ -7399,7 +7399,7 @@ SQL>
      • -

        Reexecute the fifth command in the history buffer:

        +

        Re-execute the fifth command in the history buffer:

        SQL> REPEAT 5
        @@ -7414,7 +7414,7 @@ SQL>
      • -

        Reexecute the SHOW TABLES command:

        +

        Re-execute the SHOW TABLES command:

        SQL> REPEAT SHOW
        @@ -9859,7 +9859,7 @@ Elapsed time:00:00:00:078

        8.55. SHOW PARAM Command

        -

        The SHOW PARAM command displays the parameters that are set in thecurrent TrafCI session.

        +

        The SHOW PARAM command displays the parameters that are set in the current TrafCI session.

        8.55.1. Syntax

        @@ -10918,7 +10918,7 @@ Trafodion Command Interface : TrafCI_Build_40646