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Sean_Kelly 13 posts Joined 03/14
24 Feb 2016
Configurer Data Transfer Error Files

Hello All,
I'm new to Teradata Studio's, is there a way of changing the error files generated by the data transfer process to a dedicated folder?

fgrimmer 553 posts Joined 04/09
24 Feb 2016

Sean, There is a preference to set the location of the error files during Smart Load or FastLoad. Go to Window>Preferences and Teradata Datatools Preferences>Data Utilities Preferences. There is a field to enter the 'Error File Path of Smart/ FastLoad'.

Sean_Kelly 13 posts Joined 03/14
26 Feb 2016

Thank You

gs 3 posts Joined 08/15
30 Aug 2016

Dear All,
Pardon any errors of omission or commission from my first post to a forum. Any help greatly appreciated.
Followed Francine's advice with Teradata Studio version 15.10 - I specified a local directory and beginning of data load I see an error file with a date stamp attached like my case "SecSuites_Retention_Error_2016-08-30_151949726.log"  in that directory when my source Excel was named "SecSuites_Retention.xlsx".
But once the load attempt finishes - even after unsuccesful load attempts, the file vanishes.
Unfortunatley the description in Transfer History View is quite hard to understand - it is just a stacktrace - part of it reproduced below.
Best Regards,
Part of the stack trace in Studio (loaded 199,984 rows correctly)

Row number 150,000 had an error.

Cause = java.sql.BatchUpdateException: [Teradata JDBC Driver] [TeraJDBC] [Error 1338] [SQLState HY000] A failure occurred while executing a PreparedStatement batch request. Details of the failure can be found in the exception chain that is accessible with getNextException.; 


Row number 200,000 had an error.

Cause = java.sql.BatchUpdateException: [Te


fgrimmer 553 posts Joined 04/09
31 Aug 2016

Ravindra, Please open an incident for this so we can gather the logs and configuration information to help fix this issue.

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