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FluidShell includes a complete set of commands for quickly scripting and executing custom solutions for data mining, ETL operations, database/file system data exchange, data warehousing and other data processing tasks. FluidShell provides several popular Unix like commands and includes a large number of commands for shell terminal, database access, data manipulation, filesystem navigation, file and data archiving, network operations, and general utilities. See the complete list of FluidShell Commands.
FluidShell's major components include the : Terminal, Commands, Command Line Interface, Execution Engine, SQL Buffer and Database Sessions.
FluidShell includes commands which can be executed from the shell's command line. The commands provide a variety of functionality which are common to Unix shells and/or SQL shells. FluidShell includes a large number of commands for a shell terminal, database access, data manipulation, filesystem navigation, file and data archiving, network operations, and general utilities. See the complete list of FluidShell Commands.
The SQL Shell functionality of FluidShell is provided by including a SQL buffer and a list of open database connections. Users can enter a SQL statement into the the SQL buffer and then execute the buffer on the current connection. To get a list of currently open connections, a user can use the
session command. The user may also create new connections and disconnect them with the