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Posted Aug 3, 2009

Bulk File Edit

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff



>>Script Language and Platform: Oracle
In one of our applications, a tool dumps few hundred files into a directory with extension *.dat everyday.

Inside each file, the 3rd pattern "<>" in the lines that contain the word "jp_directory" is left blank.

I need to come up with a shell script to go through each file with extension *.dat in my directory and fill the 3rd pattern "<>" in the line that contains "jp_directory", with the path "/opt/oracle/jp".

This script does the required job.

Author: JP Vijaykumar


Download Script:
Bulk-File-Edit.sql


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