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Language: Informix
Expertise: Beginner
Aug 2, 2000

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DBACCESS Syntax

Question:
When accessing dbaccess through a script (in UNIX), what is the importance of the hyphen after the database name?

For example:

dbaccess mystores- <

Why do we need a hyphen after mystores?

Answer:
The hyphen tells dbaccess to get it's input from the standard input, which in this case is the "here document" that you're creating by using the <

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