I have installed Teradata Studio but thinking that I should have installed the Teradata Plug-in for Eclipse to write Java stored procedures and leverage the other Eclipse coding support ... is this true?
Yes, the Java code support is not provided with Teradata Studio and the Teradata Plugin for Eclipse provides the Teradata Project and Java Stored Procedure, Java UDF, and Web Services Wizards. As you can see above in the article, there are several articles regarding these Java wizards.
Am new to Eclipse and TD. I've followed the steps narrated in the article and tried to install TD Plugin using the site
However, the list of TD Plugins are not displayed. Instead it shows 'Could not find http://d289lrf5tw1zls.cloudfront.net/tools/tdide/tdide-14.10.01.00/update/site.xml on the Name list. While trying to 'Reload' using the 'Available Software Sites' for this link, the following message appears
Is there anything am missing? Pls guide.
@rkbinani, The URL for the Teradata Plugin for Eclipse update site is: http://downloads.teradata.com/download/cdn/tools/tdide/tdide-14.10.01.00/update/site.xml
I have installed Teradata Studio Express Version 15.00.00.201404081510.
I have installed the HortonWorks Sandbox 2.1. Its working fine and I can access the HDP Sandbox from any browser.
I have also installed the latest Teradata Connector for Hadopp on the Sandbox. It installed fine.
Now when I opened the Studio Express, I am not seeing the "Hadoop System Connection Type" when I click on the Database Connection ->Right Click -> New
Since thats not available, I can't create the Connection Profile for Hadoop where I have to provide WebHDFS details. Bit confused.
Can somebody throw some light ?
Thanks in advance.
KSunny, You need to download Studio (http://downloads.teradata.com/download/tools/teradata-studio) instead of Studio Express. Hadoop functionality is part of Studio.