15.00 - Teradata MultiLoad Support Activity Commands - MultiLoad

Teradata MultiLoad Reference

prodname
MultiLoad
vrm_release
15.00
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Programming Reference
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B035-2409-034K

Teradata MultiLoad Support Activity Commands

Table 3 lists the Teradata MultiLoad commands that perform support activities.

 

Table 3: Teradata MultiLoad Support Activity Commands 

Teradata MultiLoad Command

Function

ACCEPT

Allows the value of one or more utility variables to be accepted from either a file or an environment variable.

DATEFORM

Specifies the form of the DATE data type specifications for the Teradata MultiLoad job.

DISPLAY

Writes messages to the specified destination.

ELSE

Introduces commands and statements that execute when a preceding IF condition is false. See “IF, ELSE, and ENDIF” on page 150.

ENDIF

Delimits the group of Teradata MultiLoad commands that were subject to previous IF or ELSE conditions. See “IF, ELSE, and ENDIF” on page 150.

IF

Introduces a conditional expression whose value initiates execution of subsequent commands. See “IF, ELSE, and ENDIF” on page 150.

LOGOFF

Disconnects all active sessions and terminates Teradata MultiLoad on the client system.

LOGON

Specifies the LOGON command string to be used in connecting all sessions established by Teradata MultiLoad.

LOGTABLE

Identifies the table to be used to journal checkpoint information required for safe, automatic restart of Teradata MultiLoad when the client or Teradata Database system fails.

ROUTE MESSAGES

Identifies the destination of output produced by Teradata MultiLoad support environment.

RUN FILE

Invokes the specified external source as the current source of commands and statements.

SET

Assigns a data type and a value to a utility variable.

SYSTEM

Suspends operation of Teradata MultiLoad and executes any valid local operating system command.