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bio website earlseayjr.com
location Washington, DC
age 27
visits member for 4 years, 2 months
seen Aug 17 at 14:29

Java Developer (School) converted to a C#/ASP.NET Developer (Junior)

Willing to help all as much as I can. I'm a get it working kind of guy, I probably won't be of much help if you want to do it the "correct" way.


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comment Script to run all SQL files in a particular folder
I'm running Windows 7, I assume they didn't take away the For loop, but you never know. Do you know if this works on 7?
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comment Script to run all SQL files in a particular folder
No order. So I can just use run C:\folder\*.sql how does it know what DB to run them on?
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comment Dump contents of a cmd prompt into a file, from a batch file
ok cool, I'll test this out shortly. Thanks for the tip.
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comment Dump contents of a cmd prompt into a file, from a batch file
Cool thanks. The errors I'm worried about are errors in the programs that are running, which I usually read on the cmd prompt when they happen, not errors in the batch itself. I guess I never thought I should be worried about batch errors themselves. I'm doing an svn update building the code every morning before i get to work. I just need to know if there were any conflicts, or build errors so i can fix them if necessary.
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comment Dump contents of a cmd prompt into a file, from a batch file
Excellent! thanks! I can't upvote here yet, not enough rep :(