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Subj:   .IF ..THEN statement
 
From:   JAMES PARK

Dear users,

Teradata 13.0 on Windows.

I have 6 macros. I'd like to create a BTEQ script to execute these 6 macros to generate a report.

Say, the macros are A, B,C,D,E and F. I'd like each macro to stop when it fails. How can I do that using .IF ... THEN statement?

Is the below script correct?

     Exec macro A;
     .IF ERRORCODE<> 0 THEN .QUIT

     Exec macro B;
     .IF ERRORCODE<> 0 THEN .QUIT

     Exec macro C;
     .IF ERRORCODE<> 0 THEN .QUIT

     Exec macro D;
     .IF ERRORCODE<> 0 THEN .QUIT

     Exec  macro E;
     .IF ERRORCODE<> 0 THEN .QUIT

     Exec macro F;
     .IF ERRORCODE<> 0 THEN .QUIT

     .Quit 0

Besides above script

1. What is the difference between .Quit and .Quit 0 and .Quit 99?

2. Are the expressions '.IF ERRORCODE<> 0' and '.IF ACTIVITYCOUNT > 0' same? Can I use them interchangeably?


Thanks,

James Park
Database Specialist II



     
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