Undo Imported Information
Use the command line interface to clean up or remove information previously imported onto a Teradata Database. If the requested information is not available to be cleaned up, then the switch is ignored.
Use the following command syntax to clean up imported information:
tset [-icf <commandfile>]|
[-am <Authentication Mechanism>\<Authentication Parameter>]
[-scs <Session characterset>]
[-d -s -r -p -o -g -w -e -q]
The following are examples of how to clean up imported information from the command line. Type:
tset ‑c test -u prod.31-Jul-04.22.33.12.undo
The information that was imported into a Teradata Database named test, as logged in the specific .undo file, is cleaned up.
tset -c test\dbc -u prod.31-Jul-04.22.33.12.undo -q
The DBQL XML Plans that were imported into a Teradata Database named test, as logged in the specified .undo file, are cleaned up.