Oracle sqlldr and Unix shell script

I have to run 5 sqlldr control files one by one.
If one of the file gets error then I have to stop the process.Dont need to run next control file.

So every control file I am checking the bad file is created or not if created then I am going to write odwn there exit.
if [ -s /home/loc/etc/loader_bad_1.bad ]
then
   echo "File is available"
   exit;
else
      echo "File is not available"
fi

if [ -s /home/loc/etc/loader_bad_2.bad ]
then
   echo "File is available"
   exit;
else
      echo "File is not available"
fi

if [ -s /home/loc/etc/loader_bad_3.bad ]
then
   echo "File is available"
   exit;
else
      echo "File is not available"
fi

-- Upto 5 control files.

Could you please tell me Is it right way  ?
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digs developerAuthor Commented:
please help .
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johnsoneSenior Oracle DBACommented:
Isn't this a duplicate of your other question -> http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/Oracle/Q_28488908.html
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor Commented:
Basically you are on the right way. I'd suggest a loop though:

for a in load1 load2 load3 load4 load5
do
sqlldr control=$a.ctl log=$a.log bad=$a.bad ...
if [ -s $a.bad ]
then
echo "$a did not load"
exit 1
else
echo "$a OK"
fi
done;

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