Overview of the onpladm utility

The onpladm command-line interface is equivalent to the ipload utility. You can use the onpladm utility from the command line to create, modify, and delete High-Performance Loader (HPL) objects. The HPL objects include projects, jobs, maps, formats, queries, filters, device arrays, and machines.

You can use the onpladm utility on both UNIX and Windows computers.

While the onpload and onpladm utilities include support for object names that contain up to 128 characters, the ipload utility does not. If you use long database, table or column names and create jobs by using onpladm, you cannot run these jobs with the ipload utility. For ipload, database, table and column names cannot exceed 18 characters.

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