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Fastload logon shows as invalid but I can log on to Teradata SQL Assistant with the same credentials

Fastload logon shows as invalid but I can log on to Teradata SQL Assistant with the same credentials

Fastload logon shows as invalid but I can log on to Teradata SQL Assistant with the same credentials

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Hi, I built a SQL script which I am calling at the Fastload DOS prompt however I am getting an error message that my UserID, Password or Account is Invalid.

I am using the same User Id and Password I use to logon on to Teradata SQL Assistant.

Is there another setting I need to change to get Fastload to work?

Below is a sample of what my lines of code look like.

SESSIONS 16;
ERRLIMIT 9000;
LOGON DB/UID,PW;

Thank you for any help.

-Brian-

RE: Fastload logon shows as invalid but I can log on to Teradata SQL Assistant with the same credentials

Isn't it ".LOGON"? With a dot?

CODE

SESSIONS 16;
ERRLIMIT 9000;
.LOGON DB/UID,PW;

.LOGOFF;
.QUIT; 


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