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Is there a way to open sqlplus with command line parameters that specify the login/password and host string.....
I tried it with
sqplus scott/tiger myhost
it gives error message......
any suggestions...
thanks
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sqlplus scott/tiger@myhost


where myhost is the database alias defined in your tnsnames.ora
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