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To echo SQL statements in sqlplus

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Is there a sqlplus SET command so Oracle will automatically echo the SQL statements being submitted??  I've issued SPOOL prior to the batch job run but all it captured was the result (ie. "statement processed") but not the actual sql statement itself.
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"set echo on" will echo SQL*Plus commands when run from a start file. To see the current status of your set commands, type "show all" in SQL*Plus.

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