17.00 - Compiling and Linking Routines - Parallel Data Pump

Teradata® Parallel Data Pump Reference

prodname
Parallel Data Pump
vrm_release
17.00
created_date
June 2020
category
Programming Reference
featnum
B035-3021-220K

The methods for compiling and linking routines vary with the operating system. The following sections describe the methods for z/OS, UNIX OS, and Windows.

Using z/OS

On mainframe-attached z/OS client systems, INMOD and Notify Exit routines must be compiled under IBM C.

Using UNIX Operating System

On workstation-attached client systems for the UNIX OS, INMOD and Notify Exit routines must:
  • Be compiled with the native C compiler
  • Be linked into a shared object module
  • Use an entry point named _dynamn

Using Windows

On workstation-attached Windows client systems, INMOD and Notify Exit routines must:
  • Be written in C
  • Have a dynamn entry point that is a _declspec
  • Be saved as a Dynamic Link Library (DLL) file

For more information, see INMOD and Notify Exit Routine Examples for sample programs and procedures that compile and link INMOD and Notify Exit routines for the operating system environment.