where the following is true:
- Name of the database where the target table to release exists.
- The default is the database name associated with the user name specified in the BTEQ LOGON command. BTEQ searches for the tablename table in that database unless this option specifies another database name.
- IN APPLY
- Teradata MultiLoad task that was in the application phase when it was suspendedThe IN APPLY option cannot be used to release the locks that were placed on the Teradata MultiLoad target tables during the acquisition phase. In this case, use the RELEASE MLOAD statement without the IN APPLY option.
- Name of the Teradata MultiLoad target table
The RELEASE MLOAD statement frees the target tables, but does not delete the error tables, the work tables, or the restart log table. They remain in the database, and must be dropped manually to free up the space and avoid conflicts when resubmitting the Teradata MultiLoad job.