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Subj:   Fastload Help
 
From:   Anomy Anom

<-- Anonymously Posted: Friday, May 04, 2001 14:45 -- >

I am running Fastload from a network-attached system. The input data is created by extracting data from Teradata tables using FOCUS. The process has been working fine until I removed a WHERE clause from my extract and the number of records went from 14,000 to 45,000. Eyeballing the file everything looks kosher with the data. But when I Fastload it, the Fastload runs without errors but the data is messed up in the table. I cannot figure out what is going on!

The version is FASTLOAD WORKSTATION 4.0.

Here is the Fastload script:

     Drop Table TESTDB01.BTEMPT;

     Drop Table TESTDB01.BERR1;
     Drop Table TESTDB01.BERR2;

     Create Table TESTDB01.BTEMPT, Fallback

     (FA       Char(11)        Uppercase,
      FZ       Char(11)        Uppercase,
      FD       Char(05)        Uppercase,
      FT       Char(06)        Uppercase,
      FL       Char(45)        Uppercase,
      DUEDT    Char(08));

     Begin Loading TESTDB01.BTEMPT

       Errorfiles  TESTDB01.BERR1,

                   TESTDB01.BERR2;

     set record unformatted ;

     Define  FA        (Char(11)),
             FZ        (Char(11)),
             FD        (Char(05)),
             FT        (Char(06)),
             FL        (Char(45)),
             DUEDT     (Char(08),  NULLIF='        '),
             NEWLINE   (Char(01))
     file=input.dat;

     show;

     Insert into TESTDB01.BTEMPT values

             (:FA, :FZ, :FD, :FT, :FL, :DUEDT);
     End Loading;

 .LogOff;

Thanks!

P.S. With a few modifications to the Fastload script, I ran the Fastload from MVS and the data loaded correctly.



     
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