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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

Log Tables

Log Tables

When you configure a Teradata mapping, you can enter a log table name. You can create the error tables in any database. By default, the log tables are stored in the default database.
When a mapping fails, see the log table for more information. Before you run the mapping again, drop the log table or enter a different table name in the data object operation write properties. Otherwise, the mapping fails.
The following table describes the data object operation write properties that allow you to specify log table information:
Property
Description
Log Database
Name of the database that stores the log tables. If you do not enter a log database name in the data object operation write properties, Teradata PT API stores the log tables in the database you specify in the connection object.
Log Table Name
Name of the log table.
If you do not specify a log table name, the Data Integration Service uses the name
<log_database>.INFA_LT_<number>
. The table name appears in the mapping log.


Updated October 05, 2018