Subject Re: [ib-support] isql
Author Jason Chapman (JAC2)

Do you get anything in the DB?

I don't usually use ISQL, but can you either use the "output" command or
pipe the output to a text file, then the error line should be immediately
after the line that caused the problem.

What is the error?

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"Slim Roberts" <slim_at_rsengineering@...> wrote in message
> Can any one help I am using isql in Linux with Firebird 1. When running
> input commands using sql scripts I sometimes get an error without it
> telling me what it is. Normally you would get as unknown domain of field
> name and when you check its right. But when I get these errors I can check
> the table structure and its all correct as it should be. Most of the
> scripts will have 10 to 15 tables in with a "commit work" between each and
> one at the end.
> Any one tell me how to stop this problem.
> Many thanks
> Slim
> Slim Roberts
> R S Engineering.
> Member of the UK Borland User Group
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