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Hi,
 I want to return a value from a oracle stored procedure.

 VALUE=` ${ORACLE_HOME}/bin/sqlplus -s   <<-EOF
                ${ORA_USER}/${ORA_PASSWORD}
                @${SQL_SCRIPT}
        EOF`

        echo $VALUE


I am doing the above, however $VALUE always contains "PL/SQL procedure completed successfully". Is there anyway to supress that last bit? and just return the actual value.
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Hi mash79,

var=`echo $VALUE | sed 's/PL\/SQL procedure completed successfully//'`
echo $var

Sunnycoder
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by:mash79
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Thanks.
That way worked.

Is there any way that can actually supress it from sqlplus?
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by:sunnycoder
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sorry, dont know about that
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by:mash79
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FYI:

set FEEDBACK OFF;

will do it

Thanks all the same.
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