Do people actually have the .NET Data Provider for Teradata integrated in Visual Studio 2010? I know you can add a reference to the driver and write code against it, that works fine. I'm talking about integration, where Teradata shows up in the Data Source list when creating things like Entity Framework Data Models.
Which seems to indicate that the driver doesn't natively support VS2010 integration, but that you can update the machine.config file to do it manually. I've updated that file but still don't have Teradata showing up in any Data Source lists.
I've also seen this article: http://developer.teradata.com/connectivity/articles/creating-an-odata-service-using-net-data-provide...
Which casually refers to using VS2010 with Teradata, and makes no mention of any steps necessary to add functionality. In that guide he just creates an ADO.NET Entity Data Model object against a Teradata connection, which is not available to me as an option.
The .NET Data Provider for Teradata version 184.108.40.206 integrates with the Visual Studio 2010 Pro or higher. The .NET Data Provider for Teradata installation adds registry keys to HKLM\Software\Wow6432\Microsoft\VisualStudio\10.0\DataProviders, DataSources and ...
The "About Microsoft Visual Studio" dialog box (accessible from the Help menu) should have an entry for the ".NET Data Provider for Teradata 220.127.116.11".
The "Custom" installation options displays "Visual Studio 2010 Integration" option only when it detects Visual Studio 2010. So I recommend that you use "Custom" option to verify that the Installation detects VS 2010 and it adds the registry keys.
It is very hard to diagnose the problem remotely; perhaps you should open an incident.
Hi. I am having a similar problem with VS 2010 and TTU. I have Windows 7-64 installed and when installing the TTU 13.10.00.05, no registry keys are added in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\TERADATA. I downloaded the 32 & 64 bit ODBC installation packages and installed them individually. Now, I can see the registry keys for those packages. Still nothing for the rest of the TPT tools, however (I did the "typical" install).
I downloaded and installed the Attunity 2.0 package and the the following error when trying to execute a data transformation using the MSTERA data connection.