16.20 - Submitting Requests In Record Mode - Teradata Tools and Utilities

Teradata® Call-Level Interface Version 2 Reference for Mainframe-Attached Systems

prodname
Teradata Tools and Utilities
vrm_release
16.20
created_date
September 2019
category
Programming Reference
featnum
B035-2417-108K

If the Teradata SQL statement is submitted in Record Mode (Response-mode = R), the response parcels for a successful statement will be as follows:

These response parcels are not necessarily in the order in which they are returned. See Parcel Sequences for the correct return sequence.
If the Teradata SQL statement is... Then the response parcels are as follows...
non-data returning Success parcel (flavor 8) or StatementStatus (flavor 205), the activity code will reflect the number of rows affected if an insert, update or delete statement; the activity count is zero for all other non-data returning statements.
EndStatement parcel (flavor 11)
EndRequest parcel (flavor 12)
data returning, or a Select statement with no WITH clause Success parcel (flavor 8) or StatementStatus (flavor 205), the activity count will reflect the number of rows returned.
The following parcel is repeated activity-count number of times:
Record parcel (flavor 10)
EndStatement parcel (flavor 11)
EndRequest parcel (flavor 12)
a Select statement having one or more WITH clauses Success parcel (flavor 8) or StatementStatus (flavor 205), the activity count will reflect the number of rows returned, including summary rows resulting from WITH clauses.
The following parcel is repeated activity-count number of times:
Record parcel (flavor 10)
The following parcels are repeated for each summary row:
With parcel (flavor 33)
Record parcel (flavor 10)
EndWith parcel (flavor 35)
EndStatement parcel (flavor 11)
EndRequest parcel (flavor 12)
an ECHO request Success parcel (flavor 8) or StatementStatus (flavor 205)
Record parcel (flavor 10)
EndStatement parcel (flavor 11)
EndRequest parcel (flavor 12)