15.10 - Accessing Error Tables - Parallel Transporter

Teradata Parallel Transporter User Guide

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Parallel Transporter
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15.10
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User Guide
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B035-2445-035K

Accessing Error Tables

Error tables are stored in the Teradata Database. The following SQL requests access to the error tables shown in the in the examples in “Reading Error Tables” on page 163:

ErrorTable1

SELECT errorcode, errorfield, sourceseq, dmlseq from t2_e1;

If the operator definition does not specify a name for the ErrorTable1 attribute, the error table will be named <TargetTableName>_ET by default.

Note: If the Stream operator AppendErrorTable attribute is set to Yes, the Stream errors for the current job may be found in a table with errors from one or more previous jobs.

ErrorTable2

SELECT dbcerrorcode, sourceseq, dmlseq FROM t3_e2;

If the operator definition does not specify a name for the ErrorTable2 attribute, the error table will be named <TargetTableName>_UV by default.

Note: When accessing error tables, you may find it useful to add the expression ORDER BY ErrorCode.