I have a restore database script in a SQL file, and I'm trying to restore a backup generated from one DB to a new DB (that exists). That SQL file is being executed by SQLCMD on the command line. The ...
I don't consider "just to ensure that sqlcmd-mode is not required by a script" a valid reason. Any things to think of before giving the order to enable this setting to my coworkers?
I am using sqlcmd.exe to run a large SQL script, and the server CPU usage has been at 100% for the past 5 hours. The SQL script file has a size of 156 MB. I am running the script on SQL Server 2005. ...
I'm not the first to notice the lack of this feature. But I wonder if there are some useful workarounds. I want to deploy a main script and some depended scripts in the same folder. BTW Is there a ...
As far as I read msdn there is no variable that corresponds to the -b flag of the command (on error batch abort). I found no to enable this mode inside a script when running in sqlcmd mode. Is there ...
Is there something like a directive which I can use in a script to force SSMS to enable/disable SQLCMD mode?
SQLServer 2005 introduced something called SQLCMD Mode msdn link. At first glance this mode adds variable subsitution from command line batch files, and some escaping to OS commands. Is this ...
Is it possible to pass parameters to a SQL Server script? I have a script that creates a database. It is called from a batch file using sqlcmd. Part of that SQL script is as follows: CREATE DATABASE ...