Mapping Commands

The AUTOMAP and RESET commands are provided to help map source columns to target columns. These commands should be typed in command line.
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The AUTOMAP and RESET commands are provided to help map source columns to target columns. These commands should be typed in command line.
AUTOMAP Command
Enter the AUTOMAP command to have RC/Copy perform default column mapping. This can save time when there is the need to change only a few column mappings. RC/Copy makes the default mappings based on name, type, and length (in that order). To specify a different order of precedence, use the N, T, and L parameters.
  • N
    Specifies to AUTOMAP only if the column names are equal.
  • T
    Specifies to AUTOMAP only if the column types are equal.
  • L
    Specifies to AUTOMAP only if the column lengths are equal.
The default is NTL. Specify any combination of these codes to control automapping.
The command syntax is:
AUTOMAP [N|T|L]
RESET Command
Clears the current column mapping so the process can be restarted. Use this command with automapping to experiment with different mapping techniques.
The command syntax is:
RESET