bteq

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bteq

HP Unix environment

Anyone have a method of suppressing all output from a bteq session except the query results?

If there is no command to suppress the logon stats, query count stats, etc., then I will be forced to use shell commands to process the output. The problem with this is knowing where in the file the SQL output begins and ends. Any suggestions on accomplishing this would be appreciated as well.

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Re: bteq

Normally people would resort to using the .export command in the bteq ......
Teradata Employee

Re: bteq

here's a hack...

http://www.teradata.com/teradataForum/shwmessage.aspx?forumid=1&messageid=5621#bm5689