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run sql files through batch file

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i need to run few sql files that hv stored procudures in them through a batch files , i dont know anything much abt how to do that , plz help with an example
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by:Pratima Pharande
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sqlcmd -E -S yoursqlinstance -i backup.sql
refer for more details
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3294545/how-to-run-sql-file-from-a-batch-file
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1) First Open one new notepad
then

write the sql commands that you want to excute

like this for example

USE MASTER
go
SELECT * FROM SYSDATABASES
go

now save the file with .sql suppose say (example.sql)


2) now open another notepad in the same folder

write the following code


osql -S servername -U username -P password <example.sql
pause

save this as .bat extension (this will create the batch file) file

3) double click on the batch file it will excute the commands

refer
http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic501783-8-1.aspx
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by:panasonic2012
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ok i ran it and it works fine , now i need is to run the batch file to another pc on the network so the sql execution occurs on tht pc , how do i achieve this ?? plz help
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