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Reading the arguments from .CSH file which is in next line at runtime thru java class

 
Balaji Soundarajan
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I am calling java class in .csh script file with command line arguments like Java storagesrv start -c - and I am validating the command line arguments in java class and if hyphen "-" is there in the command line argument then I have to read the value from next line in the csh file.

The csh file looks like

java storeSrv start -c -
dbs/formtek@vault


Need to read the dbs/formtek@vault value at runtime in storeSrv java class.
Kindly give me some idea to read the arguments which is in next line....

 
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What you need is called a "here data" stream.

Do it like this:



This tells the shell to consider every line up to the declared terminator (EOF) to be part of the stdin to the application. You can usually also do shell variable substitution in the data stream, though it may depend on which shell you use.>
 
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Thank you very much, it is working dude.


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