I am using Crystal Enterprise 10 to schedule a run of SQLPLUS. As a parameter string I pass in
"stquery/yadayada@myob @d:\mike\runsql.sql". It works great. The problem is, Crystal Enterprise always says it ran great - even if the database is down. This is understandable considering that SQLPlus actually did run great even if some of the commands it was trying to execute failed. Unfortunately, nothing of what appeared on the screen (or would have appeared on the screen if it were being run by a user at a terminal) is returned back to Crystal Enterprise.
If instead of running SQLPLUS, I run a .bat file, the commands from the .bat file ARE returned to Crystal Enterprise. Obviously, a .bat file and SQLPLUS are sending their outputs to different places. I am guessing that a .bat file sends to STDOUT ( or the Windows equivalent ). So, here is my question. How can I run SQLPLUS in a way that will echo output from commands back in the same manner that a .bat file does?