Hi, I have a table with N number of records with following format: col1 col2 col3 col4 sel count(*) from Table_S1 sel count(*) from Table_T1 x x. Taradata BTEQ, Teradata Transaction Modes- Learn Teradata with simple and easy examples covering basic teradata, teradata architecture, teradata. As part of the Teradata Tools and Utilities (TTU), BTEQ is a Teradata native query tool for DBA and programmers — a real Teradata workhorse, just like SQLPlus.
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BTEQ – Exporting results to a file in Teradata
You can also pick the format you desire ranging. I think This approach may work Noticeably, BTEQ supports the conditional logic i. It enables users on a workstation to easily access one or more Teradata Database systems for ad hoc queries, report generation, data movement suitable for small volumes and database administration. This section is based on Teradata documentation for the current release.
I’m thinking if the contents of the scripts were converted to procedures using an automated process, Tdata could compile the script and not have to parse the SQL from the mainframe so executing the code would be easier to execute on the Tdata server. Nishant Jain 10 June at We have a bunch of JCL on our mainframe including references to BTEQ scripts and I’m wondering if it would make more sense to import the code in the scripts stored on the mainfraime to new procedures on Teradata.
MultiLoad places a lock on on the destination table s to prevent user queries from getting inconsistent results before the data load or update is complete. My requirement is I need to write a bteq script which reads row by row from this table until the last row, and execute the row content.
Therefore, in bulk exporting and loading scenarios, Teradata FastExport and MultiLoad are better performers than BTEQ because they are optimized to apply multiple rows in block-level operations.
Teju Teju 29 November at While doing an export,I am unable to eliminate column name. Specifies a footer to appear at the bottom of every page of a report. Maybe as the commenters say they don’t have any.
Beth 8, 1 16 BTEQ displays the results in a format that is suitable for performance testing. Sign up using Email and Password.
BTEQ outputs a report format, where Queryman outputs data in a format more like a. This section is based on Teradata documentation and for the detailed usage, please refer to Reference 1.
Bteq script to read and execute query from a table – Teradata Community
Share to Twitter Share to Facebook. Yet, BTEQ is not a utility designed for bulk data movement. I’m getting the impression that Tdata has no optimizations for persistent procedures or macros like SQL Server and Oracle, although I’m surprised by that.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Taking a batch process from the mainframe and porting it to SPL will not likely yield a substantial improvement in performance. Specifies the width of screen displays and printed reports, in characters per line. Use the following commands to control the sequence in which BTEQ executes commands: I will read the first row from the table, I need to execute the content in col1 and col2 of row 1 and store it in to another table. BTEQ operates in two modes: For the commands not listed below, refer to the tables above.
Thank you for sharing valuable information. Pleasehelp me overcome them.
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If i remove the column name manually and run ,then second export stmt is printing as below,need to eliminate the column heading from it. BTEQ Basic TEradata Query is a command-driven utility used to 1 access and manipulate data, and 2 format reports for both print and screen output. With the one example I’ve seen, there are differences are in the way the comments are noted.
Data can be read from a file on either a mainframe or LAN attached. Are there discussions on this kind of conversion I’m not finding? I did find this and this.
BTEQ is often referred. BTEQ limits the record size for exported files to approximately 64K for workstation builds and for mainframe builds.
This allows BTEQ a great deal of flexibility in formatting data, creating.