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Stored procedure to find and replace text in a text file

By Gene Hunter,

fart = Find and Replace Text

 exec DBA_DR_fart @batchfilename = 'c:\downloads\fart.bat' , @servername = 'SERVERNAME',
@newservername = 'NEWSERVERNAME', @sqlfiletoparse = 'c:\downloads\script.sql',
@filetocreate = 'c:\downloads\newscript.sql'

@batchfilename is temp batch file you will create

@servername is actually the TEXT you want to find

@newservername is teh TEXT you want to replace with

@sqlfiletoparse is the file you want to read
@filetocreate is the file you parsed with changes.

will not delete orginal file, but you can change that

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