Re: 11g sqlplus on Windows and ctrl-C
Date: Thu, 21 May 2009 09:14:38 +0300
When I read your mail I had a feeling that you are not entirely correct. I checked with sqlplus, 10.2, and found out that the first CTRL+C terminate the current command and remain in sqlplus. It is the SECOND CTRL+C that aborts and return to the command prompt.
Adric Norris wrote:
> OK, here's a (hopefully) simple question which has proven to be unduly
> frustrating recently...
> When running sqlplus.exe under Windows, is there any method to prevent
> Ctrl-C from completely terminating the session? On Linux/Unix it only
> (at worst) terminates the current command, but under windows it
> completely kills sqlplus... dumping you back to the CMD prompt or
> closing the window, depending upon how it was started.
> I'm already familiar with SQL Developer, but we have a number of
> administrative scripts which simply work better under sqlplus, and
> therefore still need to fire it up periodically. I'm trying to get
> out of the habit of using sqlplusw.exe (although the 10g version is
> still an option at present), since it's no longer included as of 11g.
> Any suggestions?
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