Error While Creating Volatile inside query in Spark While Using Teradata JDBC

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Error While Creating Volatile inside query in Spark While Using Teradata JDBC

I am encountering issues when I try to submit queries while doing "CREATE VOLATILE TABLE" using the Teradata JDBC driver class. I have tried the solution described within: 

http://forums.teradata.com/forum/database/jdbc-unable-to-create-a-volatile-table-using-a-java-client

but adding a commit statement didn't work for me.

Currently I am able to submit queries to Teradata directly by wrapping the query in parentheses and aliasing the query like below:

(SELECT * FROM database.table) AS TEMP_TABLE

If I don't wrap the query and alias it then I receive the following error: 

[SQLState 42000] Syntax error, expected something like a name or a Unicode delimited identifier or '(' between the 'FROM' keyword and the 'SELECT' keyword.

But if I try to select from a volatile table using the query below(with or without the wrapping described above) :

       CREATE VOLATILE MULTISET TABLE tmp AS
( SELECT * FROM padw.cr_plcy )
WITH DATA PRIMARY INDEX(CR_PLCY_ID) ON COMMIT PRESERVE ROWS;

COMMIT;

SELECT * FROM tmp;

My url connection string is : "jdbc:teradata://FOO/, TMODE=TERA,TYPE=FASTEXPORT,SESSIONS=10"

My driver class is : com.teradata.jdbc.TeraDriver

Without wrapping the query string in parentheses the error that is returned is : 

Exception in thread "main" java.sql.SQLException: [Teradata Database] [TeraJDBC 15.00.00.20] [Error 3707] [SQLState 42000] Syntax error, expected something like a name or a Unicode delimited identifier or '(' between the 'FROM' keyword and the 'CREATE' keyword.

With wrapping the query string in parentheses the error that is returned is :

Exception in thread "main" java.sql.SQLException: [Teradata Database] [TeraJDBC 15.00.00.20] [Error 3707] [SQLState 42000] Syntax error, expected something like a name or a Unicode delimited identifier or a 'SELECT' keyword or '(' or a 'NONTEMPORAL' keyword or 'AS' keyword between '(' and the 'CREATE' keyword.

Is there something fundamental I am missing? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Charles