Batch File will not execute multiple moves

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  1. Lisa Brooks

    Lisa Brooks New Member

    Nov 13, 2014
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    Please Help! I have a batch file that performs the following tasks:
    1) renames a counter field
    2) creates two variables that will be used later to rename two separate files
    3) Opens SQL*Plus and starts an Oracle Script which starts two separate stored procedures
    4) Moves and renames the subsequent spooled files from both procedures

    The first spooled file moves and renames with no problem. The second one (which has a job that is more labor intensive) does not move or rename. I have tried adding a TIMEOUT and making sure that the folders have the right permissions. Still nothing. My code for the batch file and the Oracle script are attached below.

    Batch File
    @echo off
    setlocal enabledelayedexpansion
    set filename="E:\Transfers\XXX\prod_directory\pullsched_seq2.dat"
    if exist "%filename%" del "%filename%"
    for /f %%A in (E:\Transfers\XXX\prod_directory\pullsched_seq.dat) do (
    set num=%%A
    set /a num+=1
    echo !num!>>"%filename%"
    set newnum=!num!
    set newproc=schedule%DATE:~10,4%%DATE:~4,2%%DATE:~7,2%%TIME:~0,2%%TIME:~3,2%.dat
    del "E:\Transfers\XXX\prod_directory\pullsched_seq.dat"
    rename "E:\Transfers\XXX\prod_directory\pullsched_seq2.dat" "pullsched_seq.dat"
    rem start Oracle Script
    logon/password @database @C:\Schedule\pullschedule0325.sql
    move C:\Schedule\schedule_today.txt E:\Transfers\ftpadmin\archive\schedule\%newnum%
    (this move works)
    move C:\Schedule\schedule_today2.txt E:\Transfers\XXX\output_directory\%newproc%
    (this one does not)

    Oracle Script (@C:\Schedule\pullsched0325.sql)
    rem @C:\Schedule\pullsched0325.sql
    set term off
    set feedback off
    set verify off
    set echo off
    set heading off
    set serveroutput on size 1000000
    set linesize 174
    spool C:\Schedule\schedule_today.txt
    spool C:\Schedule\schedule_today2.txt

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