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SQLCMD is Microsoft SQL Server's command line utility that allows you execute T-SQL commands from a command prompt.

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Followed by print statements ... Since this is a very long script, with unknown length. We use SQLCMD.exe sqlcmd -s sa\password -i util_generator.sql -r0 -o util_1.sql The generated scripts …
asked Nov 4 '19 by Dudi Boy
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Following comment from Scott Hodgin. The solution is to remove USE [TARGET_DATABASE] from util_generator.sql script. And assign the target database via SQLCMD.exe using -d option. The expected SQLCMD.exe is: sqlcmd -s sa\password -i util_generator.sql -r0 -o util_1.sql -d TARGET_DATABASE …
answered Nov 4 '19 by Dudi Boy