HOST “sqlplus.exe username/login NameOfSQLStatement.sql”
I’m not sure that this will work as the OP wanted to know “how can i
call sqlplus.exe inside the stored procedure” - I took stored procedure
to mean PL/SQL.
The only way that I can think of doing this is to set up a call out
listener (security problem coming up!) and set up an EXTPROC system. Up
to 9i anyway.
10g and 11g might allow this, I think the DBMS_SCHEDULER stuff (you
can tell I have a good grip of the technical terms can’t you?) allows
external programs to be called.
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