Before anyone points to the other post with the same issue, I have tried using the solution recommended on there and it does not work.
A coworker of mine is getting the error shown below when installing Teradata Tools and Utilies 16.10.05.00 or any version. This was also his first time installing Teradata so there should not have been any compatibility issues with previous versions. I also tried running the uninstall script using command prompt and it did not work on his computer. The error it spat out said an object was missing, most likely because it was never able to install properly. I was able to run the script properly on my computer just to make sure I typed everything in correctly.
Hitting yes and trying to continue it will not properly install teradata. We won't be able to find teradata when setting up an ODBC data source.
He has windows 10 and admin priviledges to his computer. I have tried other versions of TTU but to no avail. Could someone offer me another solution to this issue?
Some preliminary things to check:
You may need to create a log file to determine the cause. From a command prompt, go to the folder where the installer exe is located, and execute
This will create an InstallShield.log file in the same folder.
Thank you for replying Fred. We made sure the files were extracted and we tried running both the setup.exe and the TTU.exe, but we still experienced the same problem. Do you want me to post or send you the InstallShield.log file?
You may need to open an incident with Teradata Support and attach the log.
But you are welcome to post the last few lines of the log here and see if one of the community volunteers (like me) can help.
No, that's just for technical issues with the Teradata Community site itself.
You would need an account at http://access.teradata.com that is allowed to create/manage incidents for your site (also referred to as Teradata At Your Service). Your in-house support team should have this ability; otherwise contact your Teradata account team for assistance.