Output Target Override - Database (-OD)

Use the Output Target Override - Database execution command (-OD) to override specifications in the compiled map file for a specific output card for a single execution of a map.

-ODcard_num[M['filename']]
[Rcount:interval][B][EN][EA][EF][ES][EW][AF][AI][U][!U] [K['filename']|[+'filename']|[U'filepath']|[U]| [1'filename']|[1+'filename']|[U1'filepath']|[U1]] {target-adptr-cmd|.}
Option
Description
card_num
This is the card number of the output to override.
M'filename'
This is the metadata (XML schema or DTD) file location of the output card to override.
Specify filename as an absolute path along with the file name and enclosed in single quotes, for the metadata when parsing output XML. An example is:
M'k:\my_project_folder\myschema.xml'
Use this command option to override the Metadata location setting for the root type specified on an output card in the Map Designer GUI.
Rcount:interval
Specify Retry settings. If the target is unavailable, the adapter attempts to access the target as many times as specified by the count setting at the interval specified by the interval setting.

count number of attempts to access the database

interval number of seconds to wait between attempts. If this option is not specified, the Retry settings compiled into the map are used. To eliminate adapter retry, specify R0:0.

B
If the map, burst, or card does not complete successfully, roll back any changes made to this data target. If this option is not specified, the OnFailure setting compiled into the map is used.
EN
Use this command option to never call the external parser for document verification.
EA
Use this command option to always call the external parser for document verification.
EF
Use this command option to call the external parser for document verification only if validation fails.
ES
Use this command option to call the external parser for document verification only if validation is successful.
EW
Use this command option to call the external parser for document verification only for the well-formed document.
AF
Use this command option to fail on adapter warnings.
AI
Use this command option to ignore adapter warnings.
U
Use this command option to apply the burst setting.
!U
Use this command option to not burst (integral mode).
K
When the map, burst, or card runs, no backup file will be created.
K'filename'
When the map, burst, or card runs, a backup file will always be created to filename. If 'filename' is not an absolute path, the map directory will be appended as a prefix to it.
K+'filename'
When the map, burst, or card runs, a backup file will always be appended to filename. If 'filename' is not an absolute path, the map directory will be appended as a prefix to it.
KU'filepath'
When the map, burst, or card runs, a backup file will always be created using a unique backup name in the directory filepath. If 'filepath' is not an absolute path, the map directory will be appended as a prefix to it.
KU
When the map, burst, or card runs, a backup file will always be created using a unique backup name in the map directory.
K1'filename'
If the map, burst, or card does not successfully complete, a backup file will be created to filename. If 'filename' is not an absolute path, the map directory will be appended as a prefix to it.
K1+'filename'
If the map, burst, or card does not successfully complete, a backup file will be appended to filename. If 'filename' is not an absolute path, the map directory will be appended as a prefix to it.
KU1'filepath'
If the map, burst, or card does not successfully complete, a backup file will be created using a unique backup name in the directory filepath. If 'filepath' is not an absolute path, the map directory will be appended as a prefix to it.
KU1
If the map, burst, or card does not successfully complete, a backup file will be created using a unique backup name in the map directory.
target-adptr-cmd
Specify the settings for the target using the adapter-specific commands. See the appropriate adapter information in the Resource Adapters documentation.
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Use Command in the compiled map file.