Template Options

Template Options

/noTemplate

Use this option to disable use of a template for HTML and XML output.

/placeholder=<placeholder>

Use this option to define a template placeholder to insert output data.

For example, if a template like sales_report.htm contains the {sales} placeholder, use the option:

gsqlcmd exec db export-sales.sql /asHtml /template=sales_report.htm /placeholder={sales}

The default HTML and XML templates contain a single {table} placeholder used by default.

For example, the command with the default template looks like

gsqlcmd exec db export-sales.sql sales_report.htm

/template=<file name>

Use this option to define an output template.

Use it with the /placeholder option.

For example, if a template like sales_report.htm contains the {sales} placeholder, use the option:

/template=sales_report.htm /placeholder={sales}

Note that you may edit the default XML and HTML templates located in the Resources folder.

The default templates contain the {table} placeholder used by default.

The HTML template can also contain the {title} placeholder to include a value of the /title option.

/title=<title>

Use this option to define a value for the {title} placeholder of HTML templates.

For example:

gsqlcmd exec db export-sales.sql sales_report.htm "/title=Sales Report"

In this command, gsqlcmd creates the sales_report.htm using the default template inserting data into the {table} placeholder and the specified title into the {title} placeholder.

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