Since upgrading to SQL Assistant 14.10 from 13.11, the -e command for SQL Assistant throws an error. Has anyone run into this issue or know how to resolve this problem?
here is the sample command line being used.
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Teradata\Client\14.10\Teradata SQL Assistant\sqla.exe" -c ODBC -f "C:\export_test.sql" -e "C:\test_123.mdb\A"
I'd be surprised if that command worked on SQLA 13.11.
The "-e" parameter would seem to contain an invalid path/file name, it currently says:
What does the '\A' on the end mean?
Have you tried removing that and running it again?