The following table describes the things to consider when using the ROUTE MESSAGES command.
|Default Message Destinations||If the ROUTE MESSAGES command is not used, Teradata MultiLoad writes output messages to:
|z/OS fileid Usage Rules||If a DDNAME is specified, Teradata MultiLoad writes messages to the specified source.
A DDNAME must obey the same construction rules as Teradata SQL column names, except that:
The DDNAME must obey the applicable rules of the external system and may reference a sequential or VSAM data set.
The DDNAME represents a data source on magnetic tape, the tape may be either labeled or non-labeled, as supported by the operating system.
|Specifying the System Console/Standard Output Device||Use the asterisk character (*) as the fileid1 or fileid2 specifications to route messages to the system console/standard output (stdout) device.
The system console is the:
For more information about the display screen and standard output devices, see File Requirements.