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      1 Introduction   This document is a high-level tutorial that describes how to connect to Teradata Database using ODBC Driver for Teradata using R. Scripting languages are quickly becoming a common language for the implementation in many areas, especially, where the Read more...

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  1 Introduction This document is a high-level tutorial that describes how to connect to Teradata Database using ODBC Driver for Teradata from scripting language such as Python. Scripting languages are quickly becoming a common language for the implementation in many areas, especially, Read more...

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  1 Introduction   This document is a high-level tutorial that describes how to connect to Teradata Database using ODBC Driver for Teradata from various scripting languages such as Perl, Python and PHP. Scripting languages are quickly becoming a common language for the implementation Read more...

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Traditionally, query optimizers depend on information available at optimization time such as statistics, cost parameters, predicate values, and resource availability in order to perform query transformations and optimization. The final plan, referred to as a static plan, for a request Read more...

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Earlier this year I posited that, due to the exponential rate of growth, the amount of data collected for analysis is becoming beyond the scope of the current analytical staffs to examine it all.  And that the answer to growing the cumulative brain power necessary for this exponential Read more...

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 You may want to skip over this posting. Unless you’re curious about some of the more obscure workload classification conventions used by TASM and TIWM.In a previous blog posting titled “A New, Simplified Approach to Parsing Workload Selection”  I explained how a session workload Read more...

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In July 2015 Eric shared on http://developer.teradata.com/tools/reference/teradata-python-module insights on the Teradata Python Module which is supporting the devops approach. The article above is describing the main functions and is showing basic examples how to use them. In the Read more...

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If you are user DBC or user TDWM and you log onto a Teradata Database, you might get treated somewhat differently than other users.  This posting describes what user DBC and user TDWM do, some of the special things about them, and when you can expect them to get treated differently.  Read more...

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This “Teradata Basics” posting describes the current dimensions of parallelism in the Teradata Database, and how they work together. What is Query Parallelism?Executing a single SQL statement in parallel means breaking the request into components, and working on all components at Read more...

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MLOADX is a new load utility enhancement introduced in Teradata Database 14.10 which is intended to overcome some of the limitations that are associated with standard MultiLoad.  This posting focuses on how workload management options will open up MLOADX for more expanded usage in Read more...

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