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I am trying to pass a parameter into a sqlcmd something like this. The following is a part of the batch job.

sqlcmd  -S ServerName -d db /U sa /P sa /i E:SQLTest.sql %1 -o E:\test.txt

and have the sqltest.sql is an update statement similiar to this

UPDATE    JobStatus
SET              Status = 'Finished'
where JobName = '%1'

I need the %1 to update to a different value as the batch is run.

Does anyone know how to accomplish?
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Question by:earngreen
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Crate a batch similar to this:


echo UPDATE  JobStatus SET  Status = 'Finished' where JobName = '%1' > SQLTest.sql
sqlcmd  -S ServerName -d db /U sa /P sa /i E:SQLTest.sql %1 -o E:\test.txt

Run it with

Batch Jobname
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