We need to create a .sql file for running MySQL in batch mode. This file will contain the MySQL statements. Suppose I have hh.sql file in which I have written the statement select * from hh. With the help of the following command, we can run this file in batch mode −
C:\Program Files\MySQL\bin>mysql -u root -p gaurav < hh.sql Enter password: *****
id 1 2
Here Gaurav is the database name that contains the table hh. Whenever you’ll run this command it will ask for the password and then give the output.