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Run a Toad action set from the command line

Posted on 2011-09-20
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I'm using toad 9.5 for Oracle on windows 7.
I'm reading that I can run an action set from the command line by using the following format.
c:\toad.exe -a "ActionSetName"
I've also tried
c:\toad.exe -c schema/pw@db -a "ActionSetName"

The only thing that happens is that toad open to the database login screen, but, nothing else happens.

Is there a way to get the action set to run? (I'd like to use action sets)

the action set works ok if I execute from the action palette.

thanks
alan
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this should be corect-   c:\toad.exe -a "ActionSetName"

do you need to fully qualify your action?

toad -a "SomeParent->SomeChild"
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still the same. Toad opens a sits there. I tried with both having the logon screen come up at start up and not. I've save the log on info in the action set too.
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what changed that you accepted the first post?
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