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  1. Preface
  2. Introduction to PowerExchange for Teradata Parallel Transporter API
  3. PowerExchange for Teradata Parallel Transporter API Configuration
  4. PowerExchange for Teradata Parallel Transporter Connections
  5. PowerExchange for Teradata Parallel Transporter API Data Objects
  6. PowerExchange for Teradata Parallel Transporter API Mappings
  7. Teradata Parallel Transporter API Run-time Processing
  8. Data Type Reference

PowerExchange for Teradata Parallel Transporter API User Guide

PowerExchange for Teradata Parallel Transporter API User Guide

Defining Sqoop Arguments in the Teradata PT Connection

Defining Sqoop Arguments in the Teradata PT Connection

Define Sqoop arguments in the Teradata PT connection to specify how you want to read and write data.
  1. In the Developer tool, click
    Window
    Preferences
    .
  2. Click
    Informatica
    Connections
    .
  3. Expand the domain.
  4. Select
    Databases
    Teradata PT
    and click the Teradata PT connection that you want to use to run the mapping on the Blaze engine.
  5. Click
    Edit
    .
  6. In the
    Additional Sqoop Arguments
    field, enter the arguments that Sqoop must use to process the data. For example, enter
    --method split.by.amp
    . Separate multiple arguments with a space.
    See the Hortonworks for Teradata Connector and Cloudera Connector Powered by Teradata documentation for a list of arguments that you can specify.
    If you use Hortonworks for Teradata Connector, the --split-by argument is required if you add two or more source tables in the read operation. If you use Cloudera Connector Powered by Teradata, the --split-by argument is required in the source connection if the source table does not have a primary key defined.
  7. Click
    Test Connection
    to verify that you can connect to the Teradata database.
    The properties for data access are validated at run time.
  8. Click
    Finish
    .


Updated October 05, 2018