Trace Error (-TE or -TRACEERR)

Use the Trace Error adapter command (-TRACEERR) to produce a database trace file containing only the database errors that occurred during map execution. This command can be used either for a source or target, or in a DBLOOKUP, DBQUERY, GET, or PUT function.

When this adapter command is specified, a database trace file is produced in the directory in which the map is located, using the full name of the map file and a .dbl extension. Optionally, you can append the trace information to an existing trace file, specify a file name, or specify the full pathname for the database trace file.

The Trace Error adapter command (-TRACEERR) and the Trace adapter command (-TRACE) are mutually exclusive.

-TRACEERR[+] [full_path]
Append trace information to an existing trace file. Do not put a space between -TRACEERR and the plus [+] sign.
Create a trace file with the specified name in the specified directory. By default, the directory is where the map is located and the file name is map_name.dbl.