Where Does Your Output Go?
If you do not define output files, they are set by default, as follows:
When you issue the ITEQ FILE command during an ITEQ session to save the result of
the current SELECT or EXECUTE MACRO statement, a client flat file is created with
a logical record length of 30004 bytes. Under TSO, a file with ddname ITEQDSK1 is
created to store the result; under CMS, a file named ITEQDSK1 is created.
When you issue the ITEQ PRINT command during an ITEQ session to print a result, a
file (ddname (TSO) of ITEQPRT1 or file name (CMS) of ITEQPRT1 DATA) containing the
result of the current statement is sent to a printer. System output class (wide paper
or narrow paper) is determined by your organization’s installation.
If you are using the Teradata DBS through ITEQ, after logging on to the interactive
subsystem you can define ddnames (TSO) or file names (CMS) for output files that you
need for your ITEQ session. These files may be saved for later use by an application
program or printed on a system printer. Defining output files is described in Appendix D.