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can I run SQL statement at dos mode?

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Can i use SQL statement : "Delete * from myTable" at dos mode to delete records in SQL Sever 6.5?
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Use the isql.exe (NB different from isqlw.exe)

type : isql -?


You can give isql input files, and output file parameters to run commands.

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