[freetds] opt_flags in tsql.c

Lowden, James K james.k.lowden at alliancebernstein.com
Thu Nov 16 09:59:15 EST 2006

> From: Elias Probst
> Sent: Thursday, November 16, 2006 8:41 AM
> I'd like to be able to work with tsql in a more quiet mode. All I
> want to see is the output returned by the SQL server when passing
> a sql-file to it.

I wrote bsqldb for batch processing.  Does this look attractive? 

$ echo 'select cast(name as varchar(30)), type from systypes' \
	| bsqldb -q -S mpquant -U$U -P$P
bigint                            63
binary                            45
bit                               50
char                              47
datetime                          61
decimal                           55
float                             62
image                             34
int                               56
money                             60
nchar                             47
ntext                             35
numeric                           63
nvarchar                          39
real                              59
smalldatetime                     58
smallint                          52
smallmoney                       122
sql_variant                       39
sysname                           39
text                              35
timestamp                         45
tinyint                           48
uniqueidentifier                  37
varbinary                         37
varchar                           39


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