SQLstream includes several scripts for command-line communication with the SQLstream s-Server. See Using SQLline Guide for more details.
These scripts enable the SQLline command-line SQL interpreter to run as a client to an any database server that supports JDBC. In other words, SQLlineRemote enables command-line connection to a relational database to execute SQL commands. (The sqllineRemote script can be found in $SQLSTREAM_HOME/bin.)
SqllineRemote uses Aspen runtime Jars for access to drivers. You can pass one or more connection-properties files to connect to the remote server(s):
./sqllineRemote file1 file2 ...
As a convenience, connection-properties file names of the form
can be referenced as simply “myserver”:
sqllineRemote must execute in the directory that it was started to allow !run to find a file in that directory, such as files like myserver.conn.properties.
Create a .conn.properties file with the following entries (supply your own password):
url=jdbc:<database>://myhostname driver=org.<database>.Driver user=<database> password=
To connect to a particular database, append it to the URL, e.g., jdbc:://myhostname/farrago). Then run
Test it by using sqllineRemote for table access.
or whatever tables you know are there.