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Default How to store results of several scripts in table

Hello,
I am using a main script which contains several sub scripts which I run to evaluate the performance of the database .


These scripts generate result files(text files) .But now I want that these scripts should not create result files but put the result into a following table every time when I run the main script..

 The table something like this: "result_id, script_id (Foreign Key), time_stamp, result (Text)"

I have also a table structure, that manages my scripts. The columns of that table are "script_id, category, description, script".

I can’t understand how to do this .Could anyone please give me detail suggestion/coding.

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Faraz Malik


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