Use the SQL job entry to execute an SQL script. You can execute more than one SQL statement, as long as they are separated by semi-colons. The SQL job entry is flexible; you can perform procedure calls, create and analyze tables, and more. Common uses associated with the SQL job entry include truncating tables, drop index, partition loading, refreshing materialized views, disabling constraints, disabling statistics, and so on..




Name of the job entry

The name of the job entry. This name has to be unique in a single job.

Database Connection

The database connection to use.

SQL from file

Enable this option to load the SQL statement from a file given by the SQL filename

SQL filename

The filename for the file with SQL statements.

Send SQL as single statement?

Enable this option to not separate the statement by semicolons. This is often useful when a script is given or multiple statements should be processed and committed as one single statement.

Use variable substitution?

Enables variables to be used in the SQL Script.

SQL script

The SQL script to execute. Multiple statements can be separated by semicolons.