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Is it possible to deactivate the display of "Row affected"

Posted on 2001-07-24
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Hi,

I would like to know if it is possible to dynamically deactivate the display of the messages like n Row affected ?

In fact, I store in a log file all the information thanks the option -o of isql but because I use variables and I set them with a SELECT statement I have extra "Row affected" I don't want to see.

Any ideas ?
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set nocount on
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or you can even follow another appraoch

cat LOGFILE | grep -v "Row affected" > NEWLOGFILE
mv NEWLOGFILE LOGFILE
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Thanks a lot and especially for the other approach.
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