I just released SHA-2 UDFs (SHA-256/512) to GitHub.
-- Akira Kuroda
session character set utf8
result is the same as in Oracle - just found for ourself issue :)
I tried Unicode Took Kit and seems fine. I added FAQ to the GitHub's wiki. See https://github.com/akuroda/teradata-udf-sha2/wiki
An old thread but was hoping to get some input as to whether it's safe to run these UDFs in unprotected mode? I've tested them a fair bit in protected mode and they run fine. Has anyone experience any reboots/issues when running in Unprotected mode?
thanks in advance.
Hello, one of our Teradata customers asked for these functions. I downloaded a compiled them. Both functions works!! Thank you very much. Jiri Novotny Teradata DBA
HI Akira, please i made the ash sh256 and all is ok, but i need revert the hash, for example:
for the column: numer:
The result es the following:
All is OK!!!
Now, i need do the hash in reverse and get the original number: 421813034567
Please your help