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bcp utility

2 posts in Windows NT Last posting was on 2000-01-27 06:47:33.0Z
David Ma Posted on 2000-01-27 01:28:29.0Z
From: "David Ma" <changqing.ma@usa.net>
Subject: bcp utility
Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2000 14:28:29 +1300
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I install ASE12 (NT4 WS, SP5) using FULL INSTALLATION option.
When I write the following command:

bcp -v

I got an error message:
incorrect syntax near 'v'

Thanks for help!

David


Mark A. Parsons Posted on 2000-01-27 06:47:33.0Z
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David Ma wrote:
>
> I install ASE12 (NT4 WS, SP5) using FULL INSTALLATION option.
> When I write the following command:
>
> bcp -v
>
> I got an error message:
> incorrect syntax near 'v'

See my post under a different thread (in this same newsgroup). In the
post I address this situation, i.e., you need to look at setting an OS
environment variable called PATH (possibly other's too?).


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Mark Parsons
Pegasys Ltd