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Subj:   Re: How to pass external arguements to mload script
From:   Dwight Etheridge

If you put your mload commands instream in perl with a heredoc piping mechanism, you can do all the symbolic substitutions you want. The following chunk of code can be wrapped in a loop to process many, many files via sequential invokations of mload. All the $vars here are simple perl variables.

open(ipipe, "| mload ");
print ipipe < .logon dbc,xyz
.logtable $opt_d$lt;
.begin mload tables $opt_d
worktables $opt_d$wt errortables $opt_d$et $opt_d$uv
checkpoint 5000000 errlimit 1 ;
.layout CPTDLAY indicators;
.table $opt_d;
.dml label CPTDML;
insert into $opt_d.* ;
.import infile $opt_t/$opt_s.exp format fastload layout CPTDLAY apply
.end mload;
close ipipe;

Dwight Etheridge
Teradata Certified Master

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