16.20 - More Profile Information Dialog Box - Query Scheduler

Teradata Query Scheduler User Guide

prodname
Query Scheduler
vrm_release
16.10
16.20
created_date
May 2017
category
User Guide
featnum
B035-2512-086K

The More Profile Information dialog box shows information about the user, user group, or account selected in the Profiles tab in the Scheduled Requests Information dialog box. The information is read-only. To open this dialog box, select an item in the Profiles tab, and then click Show Additional Info.

More Profile Information Dialog Box

More Profile Information Dialog Box  
Option Description
Workgroup Name Shows the name of the workgroup associated with this profile.
Allowed Results Type The location where results will be stored that the users specified when scheduling the request:

File Results from the request will be stored in a file. The user is required to store the results in a file when scheduling a request.

Database Results from the request will be stored in a database table. The user is required to store the results in a database table when scheduling a request.

Either Table or File Results from the request may be stored in either a database table or a file. The user may choose a database table or a file when scheduling a request.

Results Database Name The default database name where results of scheduled requests are stored. This may be empty if the user profile does not allow results to be saved to a database.
Results File Info

The following options specify the location and characteristics of how results files are stored for the user.

File Storage Name The name of the file storage location associated with the profile. It defines the high-level path name where results files are stored.
Additional Path An optional low-level path name where results files are stored. The complete path combines the file storage path and this path.
Maximum File Length (x1000) Maximum length, in thousands of bytes, of the file storing the results.
Field Separation Character (hex) The default character code, in hex format, inserted in flat text results files to separate fields in an entry.