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Subj:   Re: Fastload vs Multiload
 
From:   Dara Tressler

There are multiload variables which indicate how many rows are inserted, deleted, etc for a mload process

&sysinscnt - number of inserts
&sysupdcnt - number of updates
&sysdelcnt - number of deletes

there is a variable indicating the state of the last operation (&sysrc) and other variables built in.

I believe that the documentation has ALL the variables that can be used. Our system places these values in a table at the end of a run and this information can be examined later if you do this. We called ours AuditTable and it was done OUTSIDE the last END MLOAD. [Note: Multiload cannot do SELECTS but it can do .IF statements dependent on this information].

An example of a statement to collect information is below:

Insert into AuditTable
     Values ('DatabaseName'
             ,'TableName'
             ,'MLOADProcessName'
             ,'&sysdate4'
             ,cast('&systime' as time(0))
             ,date
             ,current_time
             ,&sysinscnt
             ,&sysupdcnt
             ,&sysdelcnt
             ,&sysuvcnt
             ,&sysetcnt
             ,&sysrc
             ,'&OSUser'
            );

I hope I understood your question correctly.

Dara



     
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