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Accessing CVS through SQL Server

From: Matthew Herrmann
Subject: Accessing CVS through SQL Server
Date: Wed, 7 Apr 2004 09:32:32 +1000

Hi Chandra,

I've posted your question on info-cvs in case it applies to others.

If you would like to access cvs through a stored procedure, then the
following applies:

The first step i would recommend is to make a batch program which outputs
all the commandline parameters and then pauses:

echo %*

Run this from SQL Server's xp_cmdshell and see what you get. If no
parameters come through, you'll need to look up parameter passing in SQL
Books online. If that works, have the batch script run cvs as a next step.
If you get that working, then try substituting cvs.exe for the program you
are running.

As for using cvs with SQL Server, I posted a script called GenerateSQL.vbs
which took all the scripts from a repository and dumped them in a
(more-or-less) canonical form, it should be somewhere in the archives.


Matthew Herrmann
Far Edge Technology

-----Original Message-----
From: Chandra Sekhar [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Monday, 5 April 2004 9:40 PM
To: address@hidden; address@hidden
Subject: chandrasekhar request

Hi sir,

I encountered a problem which is similar to yours which i found in
I'm in need of some assistance regarding usage of cvs commands in
i tried with xp_cmdshell. i'm getting the results for cvs --help

but i need to login through sqlserver. please do me a favor in this

thankful to you.


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