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Message Posted: Tue, 26 Mar 2002 @ 16:53:43 GMT
| Subj: || || Unix Question (Teradata related) |
| From: || || Jeremy Christiasnen |
I have a series of 25 or so UNIX shell scripts, each of which updates a Teradata table (via BTEQ). I also have one master shell script
that calls all of the other scripts in the appropriate order. I would like to know if it is possible to execute all of my scripts using
just one shell. That is, I would like the master script to simply "copy in" the 25 scripts and execute them all under one shell rather than
spawning off 25 child shells. I realize one solution would be to put all of the code into one file, but I do not want to do this. Also,
the reason I want to use just 1 shell is so that all my scripts can share (i.e. read/write) the same local variables.
Thank you in advance.