DBM Commands

Use

DBM commands are commands in the Database Manager CLI for managing database instances.

All DBM commands executed during a Database Manager session refer to the database instance whose name was specified with the option -d when logging on to the Database Manager CLI.

See also:

Calling the Database Manager CLI

help

Overview of All DBM Commands

Prerequisites

The right to execute a DBM command can be subject to three prerequisites:

?     Logging on to the Database Manager (see user_logon)

?     Server Authorizations

?     Logging on to the operating system (see user_system)

You can find out which of these prerequisites must be fulfilled to execute a specific DBM command by looking at its description.

Syntax

<dbm_command> [<dbm_option_list>]

<dbm_command> :: = <command_name> [<cmd_option_list>]

<cmd_option_list> :: = <command_option> | <command_option> <command_option> ...

<dbm_option_list> :: = <dbm_option> | <dbm_option> <dbm_option> ...

Option

Description

<command_name>

DBM command name

<command_option>

Command option (see description of the respective DBM command)

<dbm_option>

DBM Option