@swatisvl, Teradata Plugin for Eclipse will enable your current Eclipse system to connect to a Teradata Database system, browse the database objects, and execute queries. If you are not a current Eclipse users, it may be easier to use Teradata Studio Express or Teradata Studio to browse your Teradata Database or execute queries. Refer to the following article to show a comparison of the Teradata Studio tools: http://developer.teradata.com/tools/articles/teradata-studio-products-choosing-the-right-client-tool
You can open a Command window (DOS) and 'ping' the Teradata Database system name or IP address to verify that the system is up and the name is correct. If you do not have a Teradata Database System, you can install Teradata Express.
Yes, Studio Express will connect to a Teradata Database System. Do you have the name or IP address of your Teradata Database system?
I installed TD-TTU-13.0 and created one ODBC DSN. there i gave the ip address as the result of ipconfig i.e IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 188.8.131.52. here is the result please have a look
Hello, I have a problem with the installation of Eclipse + Teradata Plug-in. I get to start Eclipse, I get to install Teradata Plug-in but when I try to create a Connection File I cannot select Teradata as a Connection Profile. If I try to install again Teradata Plug-in, I get a message that tell me that the software is already installed. Please could you help me?
Hello, I try to create a new driver definition but I cannot see the 'Teradata Embedded JDBC Driver'.
Yes. I reboot Eclipse, I reboot my laptop. This is the version of Eclipse:
Eclipse Java EE IDE for Web Developers.
Version: Juno Service Release 2