a PC file (BAT or CMD) containing basic computer operating commands.
a client-side text file containing RMAN commands, exactly as you enter them at the RMAN prompt
a file that contains one or more commands you want to execute using ISQL
an ASCII file that can be used to specifically dictate how you want the plot to look
a simple ASCII text file with one switch only on each line
a source program that contains DECTPU procedures and executable statements
a text file, just like any text file that you create
a text file which contains RMAN commands as you would enter them at the command line
a VAX disk file created by any editor
a file that contains commands and control statements. These files normally have .cmd as the extension, although the .bat extension can also be used. Launching (double clicking) one of these files (.cmd or .bat) will launch the NT, 2000 or XP command processor - cmd.exe.
Executable program file of filetype COM. A command file is a machine language object module ready to be loaded and executed at the absolute address of 0100H. To execute a command file, enter its primary filename as the command keyword in a CP/M command line.
A file containing a sequence of commands that you can otherwise enter interactively. The file is saved for convenience and re-execution. Command files are often called by operating-system specific names. In SQL*Plus, you can execute the command file with the START, @ or @@ commands.
A text file containing SQL statements. Command files can be built manually, or they can be built automatically by database utilities. The dbunload utility, for example, creates a command file consisting of the SQL statements necessary to recreate a given database.