Shared Content for Data Engineering 10.5.2
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findcheckout [-o <object_type>] [-f <folder_name>] [-u (all_users)] [-c <column_separator>] [-r <end-of-record_separator>] [-l <end-of-listing_indicator>] [-b (verbose)] [-y (print database type)] [-s <dbd_separator>]
Object type you want to list. You can specify source, target, transformation, mapping, session, worklet, workflow, scheduler, session config, task, cube, or dimension. If you do not use this option,
pmrepignores the -f and -u options and the command returns all checked-out objects in the repository.
Optional if you specify an object type. Return a list of checked out objects for the object type in the specified folder. The default is to list objects for the object type across folders.
Optional. List the checked out objects by all users. The default is to list checked out objects by the current user.
Optional. Character or set of characters used to separate object metadata columns.
Use a character or set of characters that is not used in repository object names. If any repository object name contains spaces, you might want to avoid using a space as a column separator.
If you omit this option,
pmrepuses a single space.
Optional. Character or set of characters used to specify the end of the object metadata. Use a character or set of characters that is not used in repository object names. Default is newline /n.
Optional. Character or set of characters used to specify the end of the object list. Use a character or set of characters that is not used in repository object names. If you omit this option,
pmrepuses a period.
Optional. Verbose. Displays more than the minimum information about the objects. If you omit this option,
pmrepprints a shorter format including the object type, the word reusable or non-reusable, the object name and path. Verbose format includes the version number and folder name.
The short format for global objects such as label, query, deployment group, and connection, includes the object type and object name. Verbose format includes the creator name and creation time.
Optional. Displays the database type of sources and targets.
Optional. If an ODBC source has a period (.) in the name, define a different separator character when you define the source object. For example, instead of database_name.source_name, define the source object as database_name\source_name, and define the dbd_separator as backslash (\).
Updated June 29, 2022