Usage Notes - Interactive Teradata Query Facility

Interactive Teradata Query Reference

Interactive Teradata Query Facility
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Usage Notes

When a Teradata SQL data-generating statement or macro returns a lengthy result, ITEQ formats the result into data pages corresponding to the current length of the display area.

The FORWARD command is effective only in the display area when it is in output mode. If the command is entered in the input area, it is erased upon execution. If the command is not accepted, the display is not changed, and the cursor is moved to the beginning of the input area.

The abbreviation for FORWARD SKIP is FWDS.