TenUp: Basic usage

After you've successfully installed TenUp on your system, you can start uploading data to 1010data Insights Platform.

Note: Words in all caps enclosed in brackets ([ ]) are variables. For example, when you see [USERNAME] in a command, you substitute your 1010data Insights Platform user name. This notation is used throughout this document.

Required Information for a TenUp Command

tenup64/tenup32/tenup
This command invokes TenUp for your operating system. All TenUp commands begin with one of these options.
-u [USERNAME]
Your 1010data Insights Platform user name
-p [PASSWORD]
Your 1010data Insights Platform password. If you do not provide a password, TenUp automatically prompts you for it.
Information about the new table
Every time you upload a table to 1010data Insights Platform, you must provide a path where the new table will be uploaded. This information is delivered to TenUp differently depending on whether you're uploading from a flat file or from an ODBC-compliant database.
Loading from a flat file
If you are uploading data from a flat file, your TenUp command must also contain the table tree file name and the flat file name, as follows:
tenup64 -u [USERNAME] -p [PASSWORD] [NEW_TABLE] [FILE_NAME]

For more information, see Loading data from a flat file.

Loading from an ODBC-compliant database
If you are uploading from an ODBC-compliant database, your command must also contain the connection string for your database, the path in 1010data Insights Platform where the table will be uploaded, and the query to select to upload the data from the source database, as follows:
tenup64 -u [USERNAME] -p [PASSWORD] -C [CONNSTR] [NEW_TABLE] [QUERY]
For more information, see Loading data from an ODBC-compliant database.
Note: If your company uses a custom URL to access 1010data Insights Platform, or you want to use a version of 1010data Insights Platform different from the version your company has been provisioned to use, you will need to provide a gateway in addition to the information detailed above. See Specifying a gateway for more information.