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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: korn shell script

    hello.,

    i have 2 files..

    1 file is in this folder

    /home/test/ssk/DSA.WLG.20050713211544.20050710.20050713211544
    (this part)

    2nd file is in this folder

    /home/kk/dev/DSA.WLG.20050711210100.20050710.20050711210100
    (this part)

    i have to compare both the files using "20050713211544" (this part)and "20050711210100"
    and then which ever is greatest i have to move that entire file only
    to the following folder : /home/pav/testdata


    i have to write the above in a ksh script.

    can anyone help me please !!!

    Thanks

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    >i have to write the above in a ksh script.
    What exactly does this have to do with Oracle?
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  3. #3
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    korn shell script

    Actually i do not know where i had to post it. normally i find this site as a good place to find answers to all my queries. so i posted here.

    thanks

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  5. #5
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    korn shell script

    I have posted it on unix.com forums and also unix shell scripts forums under dbforums.com. but i did not get any response . so i am just trying my luck here hoping anyone can answer my queries.

    Thanks

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