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os : WINDOWS
ADVANCED SERVER 2000

DB: ORACLE 8.1.6


MY question is how to execute a script on each
startup of database on NT ??

Thanks
Bunyamin

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  • Guidry, Chris at Jun 19, 2001 at 2:53 pm
    Hello,
    If you have the NT Resource Kit check out AUTOEXNT

    The AutoExNT service allows you to start a batch file, AUTOEXNT.BAT, at boot
    time without having
    to log onto the computer on which it will run.

    AutoExNT includes an /interactive option (analogous to the /interactive
    option of the AT command)
    that allows you to see the processes started. To use AutoExNT, you must be
    running Windows NT 3.5
    or later.

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    os : WINDOWS ADVANCED SERVER 2000
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    MY question is how to execute a script on each startup of database on NT
    ??

    Thanks
    Bunyamin
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  • Reardon, Bruce (CALBBAY) at Jun 20, 2001 at 12:26 am
    A SQL

    script or a OS bat / cmd file?

    If a
    SQL script it might be easiest to use a database startup
    trigger.

    Depends on what you are trying to do - can you give
    more information?

    Regards,
    Bruce

    -----Original Message-----From: Bunyamin K. Karadeniz
    Sent: Tuesday, 19 June 2001 11:46
    To: Multiple recipients of list ORACLE-LSubject: STARTUP
    ??
    os : WINDOWS
    ADVANCED SERVER 2000

    DB: ORACLE 8.1.6


    MY question is how to execute a script on each
    startup of database on NT ??

    Thanks
    Bunyamin

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