CLI User Exit functions are general purpose facilities that can be added to the CLI workstation architecture on the selected operating system. These functions allow user-defined processing to take place.
Change directories to the sample directory:
- Modify the CliLgnEx.c or CliPPS.c file in the sample directory.
Compile and link using either the 32-bit or 64-bit version of the makefile to create a new shared object, libtdusr.so.
The Native compiler on IA64 is not supported.To compile the 32-bit version, type:
make -f maketdusr.lxOn 64-bit Red Hat Linux, the compiler always generates 64-bit binaries. The 32-bit makefile is not supported on 64-bit Red Hat Linux platforms.
- Move the libtdusr.so file into the cli installation directory, and verify that libcliv2 exists in the same directory.
- For more information on CLI user exit functions, see "CLI User Exit Functions" in the Teradata® Call-Level Interface Version 2 Reference for Workstation-Attached Systems, B035-2418.