In SQLA10 when running dbisql.exe with the
-d1 parameter and passing it a script, it used to display the command line window showing statement execution. Now, with SQLA17, running the same command, the full GUI is displayed and requires user interaction to close it when the script is complete. Adding the
-nogui switch removes the GUI and allows the script to execute without user interaction. However, it is no longer possible to watch the execution in the command line window. I have looked at all the available switches for dbisql.exe, but cannot work out how to run with the command line window showing execution. Is this still possible, or has this ability been removed?
05 Sep '16, 10:54