Specifies the delimiter to be used for delimiting SQL statements. You can specify go, / or some other character. Use semi to specify a semicolon.
If this is not specified, AQT will use the value you have specified in Options > Run SQL > Statement Delimiter.
Specifies whether AQT is to halt the batch processing if it hits an error. Any error (either in the processing of an SQL statement, or an error in an
–aqt statement) will stop the processing.
Specify this as Yes or No. Switches debug mode on or off.
This specifies the name of the debug file. If an unqualified name is specified, (example: aqtdebug_batch.txt) it will be placed in the workfiles directory.
This debug file will be in use for this AQT session only. It will not be permanently changed.
Specify the directory used for writing LOB files. This can be useful if you are running multiple AQT sessions in batch and want to ensure that each session uses a separate directory for their LOB files.
Specifies (Yes or No) whether Uncommitted Read is in effect for the current database.
Specify the date format to be used for subsequent exports. Note that the Export statement must specify userdate=y to use this format.
Specify the time format to be used for subsequent exports. Note that the Export statement must specify userdate=y to use this format.
This specifies whether AQT is to set the ExitCode when the batch process terminates. When AQT does this, AQT will crash - this is a problem we haven't been able to resolve. The crash does however notify you that the AQT batch process has hit an error, so may be useful.
If SetExitCode is set to No, AQT will not set the exit code so will not crash. By default, SetExitCode is Yes.
This specifies the maximum number of rows returned by a query. This is the same limit as specified on Options > Display Limits.
This is mainly used in online-AQT. When running exports in batch-mode AQT, use the maxrows parameter of the export command.
You can specify any option that is present on the Options window. You refer to the option by the internal name of the option. The internal option name is described in Technical Notes on Options.