17.22. exec

Allows to execute scripts from the fileserver's file system.

By entering the -c flag (for commit) you control whether changes to the script persist in the database.

With the -d (for silence) you can suppress all the script's output.

The -t flag allows you to output the complete stacktrace in case of an exception.

By entering the -n (for non-monitored mode) flag you prevent the script to run in an own monitored thread. With other words, it runs the script in the server thread instead of in its own thread.

Finally, the -w flag displays the script output in a new window.

For further information on scripts refer to the Script Guide.

Use: exec [-c] [-s] [-t] [-n] [-w] script