I found this in the DM User Guide. It probably isn't the detail you were hoping for...
Insert records from memory. Speeds the loading of the data target by inserting a block
of rows at once. You can set the row interval to commit or write transactions and the
number of records to load in a block. This option is only available for relational
databases that support it, including Db2 on i V6R1 for CLI, Db2 on z, Informix, MS SQL
Server, MySQL, Oracle, Sybase ASE, Teradata 13, and UDB.
Requires clean input data. If any row in the block causes a data source constraint
violation, such as not null or unique index, the entire block is rejected.
Does not provide row counts (the number of records inserted or rejected) in the
detail log or statistics. NA (not available) will appear instead.
Does not provide record logging. For example, rejected records cannot be written to
a flat file for review.
Bulk load utility via a disk file and Extended Bulk Load Utility. Use database bulk
loaders instead of iWay to insert data into a target. DataMigrator automates bulk
loading for Hyperstage, Ingres, Informix, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM Db2, Teradata,
Nucleus, Oracle, Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise, and Sybase Adaptive Server IQ.
You can set format version, maximum number of errors, first and last row to copy,
packet size, and row interval to commit or write transactions.
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