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Subj:   Re: Multiload error UTY3410
 
From:   Dieter Noeth

TeradataForum wrote:

  I have been receiving the following error on a couple of my multiload scripts the last few weeks:  


  "UTY3410 A semi-colon was not found to terminate the current statement."  


  This is caused because every time the multiload script is opened either by a mload or by a person notepad is adding a date/time stamp to the bottom of the script.  



I know that behaviour only from Notepad and it was a hard time to find out: it's a feature ;-)

A quote from the Notepad help file:

"To append a log to a document

On the first line of a Notepad document, type the following extension at the left margin, making sure you use all uppercase letters and include the period:

.LOG

On the File menu, click Save.


Note

Every time you open this document, Notepad will append the current time and date to the end of the document, as specified by your computer's clock."


Apparently that feature conflicts with Teradata's .LOGON/.LOGTABLE ;-)


Dieter



     
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