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Loading dashDB Tables Using the Command Line Processor - eLearning 

Codice corso: K04002G-WBT
Durata corso: 4HR

Overview

This offering teaches cloud database support staff how to use a Command Line Processor (CLP) to load data into a dashDB for Analytics or dashDB for Transactions database.

Note: Guided eLearning is a self-paced offering which includes web-based content for self study and videos (including audio) that demonstrate hands-on activities.

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Audience

Data Analysts or Data Administrators 

Prerequisites

Knowledge of relational database fundamentals is required. Some experience creating relational database objects and load tables is recommended

Objective

Please refer to course overview

 

Course Outline

• Selecting tools for loading data into dashDB tables
• Cataloging a dashDB database
• Creating dashDB database objects using the CLP
• Table organization for dashDB tables
• Table compression for dashDB tables
• Using the IMPORT command to load data in dashDB
• Using the LOAD command to load data in dashDB
• LOAD recoverability and restart
• LOAD processing for row compressed tables
• Table statistics for newly loaded dashDB tables
• Using EXPORT to create files for loading data
• Loading a dashDB table directly from a query result
• Using database recovery history to review load processing

P.IVA 06249920965
C.C.I.A.A. REA: MI - 1880014
Cap. Soc. € 12.000,00

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