The command-line information

If you select an existing job in the Load Job Select window, the Command Line text box shows the onpload command that ipload generated for that load job.

The following figure shows the Command Line portion of a Load Job Select window. The Command Line text box displays the onpload command generated for the load job that Figure 3 shows.
Figure 1. Fragment of the Load Job Select window
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The command line, onpload -p practice -j newjob -fl, contains the following arguments.
-p practice
The project where the job is stored.
-j newjob
The name of the job.
The job that loads (rather than unloads) data.

You can copy the onpload command from the Command Line text box and paste it at a system prompt to run the load job. If you need to run the load job multiple times, you can save the onpload command and run it later.

You do not need to start ipload to run a job from the system prompt. The ipload and onpload utilities both use the onpload database, but each utility uses it independently.

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