7.00.02 - PSTParserAFS Arguments - Aster Analytics

Teradata Aster® Analytics Foundation User GuideUpdate 2

Product
Aster Analytics
Release Number
7.00.02
Release Date
September 2017
Content Type
Programming Reference
User Guide
Publication ID
B700-1022-700K
Language
English (United States)
Path
Specifies the path to the PST files on AFS. The input_path represents either a directory or a file name, and can use regular expressions. For example:

/test

/test/testfile.pst

/test/*.pst

The PST files must be available on AFS before you call the function.

If input_path represents a directory, the function parses all PST files in the directory.

If a file represented by an input_path is not a PST file, the function does not parse that file and logs an error.

A single vworker processes each PST file.

Host
[Optional] Specifies the IP address of the AFS server. Default: IP address of the Queen node.
Port
[Optional] Specifies the port number of the AFS server. Default: 2601.
OutputColumns
[Optional] Specifies the custom columns to output. Default behavior: The function outputs only the default columns. For the names and descriptions of the default and custom columns, see Output. If you specify a column not listed in the Output, the function issues an error message.
Exclude
[Optional] Specifies the message folders to exclude while parsing the PST file (for examples, Drafts, Deleted, and Junk). The message_folder represents either a directory or a file name, and can use regular expressions. If message_folder represents a directory, the function excludes all PST files in the directory. Default behavior: The function parses all folders in the PST file. However, the function does not parse or output PST files related to Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, or RSS.