UNIX and Windows Systems Examples
Following are examples of ways to invoke Teradata MultiLoad on network-attached UNIX and Windows systems:
mload </home/mluser/tests/test1 >/home/mluser/tests/out1
This command specifies both an input file and an output file:
This command specifies only an input file. In this case, the output is written to the standard output device, which is usually a terminal.
This command specifies neither an input nor an output device. In this case, a terminal provides both the command input and the output data destination.
.RUN FILE mld.startup;'
This command uses the-r invocation option to specify the Teradata MultiLoad RUN FILE command. In this case, the Teradata MultiLoad job script is in the mld.startup file.