0 Replies Latest reply on Jan 1, 2015 6:12 PM by berx

    41EA1 sdsql - history is broken after sending to background


      I'm running sdsql on RedHat 6.5 - using putty as a terminal (ssh).

      after the start the history works as expected.


      Then I send the process to background (CTRL-Z)


      when resuming (using fg ) I can not use the history anymore.


      it shows characters like (for cursor-up and cursor-down)

      SQL> ^[[A


      SQL> ^[[B


      But the statements are still there. When I hit enter, the prefious statements are executed.

      Just as I don't remember them in all their details, the feature is of limited use.


      I'm not sure if this is based on sdsql, the local shell, the terminal settings or putty.