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6.3 Mload

6.3 Mload

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MultiLoad
After completing this module, you will be able to:
Describe the capabilities of MultiLoad.
Name the five phases of MultiLoad and state the mainfunction of each.
Create a MultiLoad script.
Run a script to update/load table(s) using MultiLoad.
Explain the advantages of using MultiLoad.
 
What is MultiLoad?
Batch mode utility that runs on the host system.
FastLoad-like technology –TPump-like functionality.
Supports up to five populated tables.
Multiple operations with one pass of input files.
Conditional logic for applying changes.
Supports INSERTs, UPDATEs, DELETEsand UPSERTs; typically withbatch inputs from a host file.
Affected data blocks only written once.
Host and LAN support.
Full Restart capability.
Error reporting via error tables.
Support for INMODs.MULTILOAD
HOSTTeradata DBUPDATEsINSERTsDELETEsTABLE ATABLE BTABLE CTABLE DTABLE E
 
How MultiLoad Works
IMPORT TASKMULTILOAD
TeradataHOST
INSERTSUPDATESDELETESUPSERTS
 APPLY CONDITIONS 
INPUTDATATABLE1TABLE2TABLE3TABLE4TABLE5
DELETE TASKMULTILOAD
TeradataHOST
DELETES only
DELETE ROWS 
DATAVALUETABLE1

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