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Is there a way to pass a value in a CMD program to another CMD program?
I am using PowerShell to call CMD that I need to pass a value to. My CMD script looks like this:
cd \Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\110\Tools\Binn\
sqlcmd -S localhost -E -Q “select @@version” -r “C:\Users\John Smith\Desktop\SQL Execution Tool\update.exe” -i “C:\Users\John Smith\Desktop\SQL Execution Tool\update.ini”
When the CMD script runs it sets the environment variable PATH to the correct location of my SQL install. My update.ini script looks like this:
CREATE TABLE [dbo].[SQL_SERVER_NAME] (
[SQL_SERVER_NAME] [VARCHAR](16) NOT NULL,
[SQL_SERVER_NAME_VALUE] [VARCHAR](8) NOT NULL
) ON [PRIMARY]
Once the script executes my update.exe file it needs to insert the value for SQL_SERVER_NAME into the SQL_SERVER_NAME table. I have tried multiple ways to pass the value to the update.exe program including:
But when I run my update.exe file it doesn’t insert the value into the SQL_SERVER_NAME_VALUE column.
Is there a way to pass a value from a PowerShell script to a CMD script to one of the program’s executable?
This will work:
You can also use -Value instead of the single quotes, but having the single quotes makes it much easier to see what you are doing.
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