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SQL*Loader allows you to specify a number of runtime parameters at the command line when you invoke the SQL*Loader executable. Usually, you specify in the parameter file those parameters whose values remain the same across jobs. You can then use the command line to start the SQL*Loader job, either interactively or as part of a scheduled batch job. On the command line, you specify runtime-specific parameters, along with the control filename and location. As an alternative, you may use the OPTIONS clause of the control file to specify runtime parameters inside the control file itself. You can always specify a number of runtime parameters while invoking SQL*Loader, but you re better off using the OPTIONS clause to specify them in the control file, if those parameters are something you ll repeat often. Using the OPTIONS clause comes in handy particularly if your SQL*Loader command-line specification is so long that it exceeds your operating system s maximum command-line size.
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CHAPTER 13 LOADING AND TRANSFORMING DATA
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Specifying a parameter on the command line will override the parameter s values inside a control file.
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The following sections cover some of the important parameters you can control using the OPTIONS clause in the control file.
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The USERID parameter specifies both the username and the password of the user in the database who has the privileges for the data load: USERID = samalapati/sammyy1
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The CONTROL parameter specifies the name of the control file for the SQL*Loader session. The control file may include the specifications for all the load parameters. Of course, you can load data using manual commands, but using a control file gives you more flexibility and enables the automation of the load process. CONTROL = '/test01/app/oracle/oradata/load/finance.ctl'
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DATA
The DATA parameter simply refers to the input data file. The default filename extension is .dat. Note that the data doesn t necessarily need to be inside a separate data file. If you wish, you can include the data at the end of the control file load specifications. DATA = '/test02/app/oracle/oradata/load/finance.dat'
BINDSIZE and ROWS
You can use the two parameters BINDSIZE and ROWS to specify a conventional path bind array. SQL*Loader in the conventional path mode doesn t insert data into the table row by row. Rather, it inserts a set of rows at a time, and that set of rows, called the bind array, is sized based on either the BINDSIZE or ROWS parameter. The BINDSIZE parameter sets the bind array size in bytes. On my system, the default bind size is 256,000 bytes. BINDSIZE = 512000 The ROWS parameter does not set any limit on the number of bytes in the bind array. It imposes a limit on the number of rows in each bind array, and SQL*Loader multiplies this value in the ROWS parameter with its estimate of the size of each row in the table. The default number of rows under the conventional method on my system is 64. ROWS = 64000
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If you specify both the BINDSIZE and ROWS parameters, SQL*Loader uses the smaller of the two values for the bind array.
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DIRECT
If you specify DIRECT=true, SQL*Loader loads using the direct-path method instead of the conventional method. The default for this parameter is DIRECT=false, meaning the conventional method is the default method used.
ERRORS
The ERRORS parameter specifies the maximum number of errors that can occur before the SQL*Loader job is terminated. The default on most systems is 50. If you don t want to tolerate any errors, set this parameter to 0: ERRORS = 0
LOAD
Using the LOAD parameter, you can set the maximum number of logical records to be loaded into the table. The default is to load all the records in the input data file. LOAD = 10000
The LOG parameter specifies the name of the log file. The SQL*Loader log file, as you ll see shortly, provides a lot of information about your SQL*Loader session. LOG = '/u01/app/oracle/admin/finance/logs/financeload.log'
The BAD parameter specifies the name and location of the bad file. If any records are rejected due to data formatting errors, SQL*Loader will write the record to the bad file. For example, a field could exceed its specified length and be rejected by SQL*Loader. Note that besides the records rejected by SQL*Loader, other records may be rejected by the database. For example, if you try to insert rows with duplicate primary key values, the database will reject the insert. These records will be part of the bad file as well. If you don t explicitly name a bad file, Oracle will create one and use a default name with the control filename as a prefix. BAD = '/u01/app/oracle/load/financeload.bad'
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