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 guides:migration-toolkit:command-line:sqlways-ini:unix-section [2019/06/11 00:26]127.0.0.1 external edit guides:migration-toolkit:command-line:sqlways-ini:unix-section [2019/11/16 10:05] (current)darya.prikhodkina 2019/11/16 10:05 darya.prikhodkina 2019/06/11 00:26 external edit 2019/11/16 10:05 darya.prikhodkina 2019/06/11 00:26 external edit Line 2: Line 2: ====== Sqlways.ini File - Section [UNIX] ====== ====== Sqlways.ini File - Section [UNIX] ====== - This article describes sqlways.ini file [UNIX] section and the options it contains. ​ + This article describes sqlways.ini file'​s ​[UNIX] section and the options it contains. ​ ^  Option name  ^ Description ​ ^ ^  Option name  ^ Description ​ ^ - | **SHELL_LOCATION** | Specifies a Unix shell that executes import scripts on a Unix system. If you specify that import is executed on a Unix system, SQLWays ​generates ​Bourne shell scripts for importing database structure and data. \\ By default, SQLWays specifies that shell scripts be executed by /bin/sh. Using this option you can specify another shell location, /usr/bin/sh e.g. \\ This option is disabled if import is not executed on a Unix system. | + | **SHELL_LOCATION** | Specifies a Unix shell that executes import scripts on a Unix system. If you specify that import is executed on a Unix system, SQLWays ​will generate ​Bourne shell scripts for importing database structure and data. \\ By default, SQLWays specifies that shell scripts ​are to be executed by /bin/sh. Using this option you can specify another shell location, /usr/bin/sh e.g. \\ This option is disabled, if import is not executed on Unix system. | \\ \\