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Subj:   Re: Batch driven use of Queryman
From:   John Hall

It comes with the Teradata Demo. On my laptop, I can just start a DOS box and simply type bteq at the prompt.

You can put your script into a file (whatever extension you like) and submit it with:

bteq < script.btq

where the file 'script.btq' looks something like:

.logon dbc,dbc;
sel date, time, user;
show table dbc.accessrights;
sel count(*) from dbc.tvfields;

you can also put the results into a file:

bteq < script.btq > results.txt

A manual can be found at the NCR:


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