BTEQ needs to be first installed on a windows/unix machine. Once you have installed that, in any directory(mostly in the directory where you have your code file) you can start executing by entering bteq<<codefile.bteq
I am new to teradata,pls help me out by sharing the solutons to my queries.
If we export data from tables to flat files using Fast Export .In linux by default in which
directory the file will be available.
There is no default directory. the directory would be specified in the .export outfile command inside the script. if you do not specify a directory and just specify the file name, then the directory in which the fexp<< was run will be the home directory.