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Message Posted: Fri, 09 Mar 2001 @ 20:00:47 GMT

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Subj:   Re: Abort Session from BTEQ
From:   Garcia Vior Eduardo


Yes, you are right, you can use the GUI via, you can kill sessions interactively, and yes, some session numbers in the export file may have logged off and some new are logged on, but, if you want to make a process or script with some arguments (like cpu/io usage, spool usage or time limits) to kill this sessions automatically.

If you want kill the sessions returned from a bteq/sql command, I think, this is the only way.


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