Defining a Result Output File
You use the TSO Allocate or CMS Filedef command to define output files for storing spooled results during your Teradata DBS session. These output files can then be kept and cataloged for later use.
For example, you may establish file attributes and define an output file during your ITEQ session using the following commands:
tso attrib dbcparms lrecl(200) blksize(3600) recfm(vb)
tso allocate ddname(iteqdsk2) new dsname(’iteqdsk2’)
filedef iteqdsk2 disk iteqdsk2 data a5 (lrecl 200 blksize
3600 recfm v dsorg ps)
This sequence of commands:
After defining a result output file, during your ITEQ session you can store the current result by executing the ITEQ FILE command:
When you log off ITEQ (or explicitly clear the output file during your ITEQ session, the result is stored and catalogued in your directory as “ITEQDSK2" or “ITEQDSK2 DATA A5".
For complete information about the ITEQ FILE command, refer to the Interactive Teradata Query Reference (B035-2451). For more information about the TSO Attribute, Allocate, and Free commands, refer to the OS/VS2 TSO Command Language Reference Manual (IBM). For more information about the CMS Filedef command, refer to the VM/SP CMS Command and Macro Reference Manual.