|606||04 Jun 2013 @ 04:37 PDT||General||Reply||Same hash for different values||The hashrow has to few bits, so hash collissions are common. It doesn't have the same properties as a SHA1 hash.
|605||30 May 2013 @ 10:59 PDT||Database||Reply||Transposing the data - QUERY||you could do the same with min and the change_log_from column
build two derived tables (one with the max one with the min)
and join the results together and coalesce the max, min... |
|604||30 May 2013 @ 10:58 PDT||Analytics||Reply||teradataR package and R 3.0.0||I know - but why doesn't TD release a new version?
Or release the source code as open source and someone could move this forward?
|603||30 May 2013 @ 08:42 PDT||Database||Reply||Transposing the data - QUERY||Are you looking for something like
substr(max(case when columnname = 'change_col_1' then cast(update_time as char(30)) ... |
|602||30 May 2013 @ 07:11 PDT||Database||Reply||View validity check||its not possible to get this info out of dbc
it can change any time and maybe in 5 min the view is valid again.
try the following bteq script
.set width 500;
|601||29 May 2013 @ 03:36 PDT||Tools||Reply||Unable to open Teradata SQL assistant||Teradata SQL assistant on Mac OS? At least I never saw a Mac version
Teradata SQL assistant is a windows program. Or do you mean Teradata Studio (Express)?
|600||29 May 2013 @ 01:28 PDT||Database||Reply||Transposing the data - QUERY||Hi,
your timestamps values are not valid. As you expect specific results it would be good if you can review the data.
timestamp need to be of format 'YYYY-MM-DD HH:Mi:SS.ssssss' - I guess... |
|599||29 May 2013 @ 01:13 PDT||Tools||Reply||TD utilities and JAVA.||Still very unclear what you want.
In BTEQ you can use the OS command to run scripts on OS level - like rm to remove files.
This could be used to call a java programm as well.
But what woul... |
|598||22 May 2013 @ 08:23 PDT||Database||Reply||ACCOUNTING CPU usage fpr UDF||Which TD version do you run?
And which UDF language do you use?
To my knowledge does 13.10 account for C UDFs but I am not sure about JAVA. At least in the past Java UDF CPU usage was not capture... |
|597||21 May 2013 @ 10:00 PDT||Tools||Reply||TPT: Moving tables from One TD box to other TD box using TPT ||You are funny. Harpreet given you the right answer and where to lock for the sample scripts. They are also available in the R13.10 TPT documentation.
If you just wane play arround with it try
|596||16 May 2013 @ 04:43 PDT||Database||Reply||Implicit conversion of Integer to VARCHAR||But as the explain states it will try to do the coversion for all values of order_key in the table.
The message you get is indicating that at least one value of order_key can be converted to a flo... |
|595||15 May 2013 @ 11:33 PDT||Database||Reply||SUBSTR without explicitly coding the length parm||I can't reproduce the issue.
select top 100
substring(myvar from 4),
but as you can see abov... |
|594||15 May 2013 @ 04:54 PDT||Database||Reply||Generating Sequence Number||P.S. read the documentation carefully before using identity columns. There are other issues as well which need to be considered...
|593||15 May 2013 @ 04:52 PDT||Database||Reply||Generating Sequence Number||becaus the increment by 1 is handled vproc local.
Identity columns are not guarantee a sequence - they only quarantee unique ids.
Each vproc request a range of numbers he can assign next. The siz... |
|592||24 Apr 2013 @ 05:31 PDT||Database||Reply||There is another way to remove a volatile table?||you can simply drop the VT table within the SP
|591||24 Apr 2013 @ 02:43 PDT||Analytics||Reply||TeradataR Question about kemans analysis||Can't test it right now as teradataR is not working for R3.0.0 :-(
What should work is that you create a view with your two columns and call td.kmeans with this view.
|590||20 Mar 2013 @ 08:33 PDT||Database||Reply||SQL Syntax||It's like Dieter suggested
replace view test_db _uli.v_test1
select calendar_date as col1,
|589||20 Mar 2013 @ 01:41 PDT||Connectivity||Reply||Only an ET or null statement is legal after a DDL Statement||As you wanne use the query band setting only for the one sql try
SET QUERY_BAND = 'Project=Example2;Report=0315-17.11;MSTRUser=MSTRPORTAL_EXXXX;' FOR transaction;
select * fr... |
|588||20 Mar 2013 @ 01:11 PDT||Database||Reply||SQL Syntax||did you try to create a view like
Create view VW2 as
( sel col1,
where col2 = '... |
|587||19 Mar 2013 @ 12:01 PDT||Database||Reply||RODBC system error 193||try
You need to download the JDBC driver and set the correct path.
|586||14 Mar 2013 @ 05:26 PDT||Analytics||Reply||conversion of datatype||The change might have implicartion on the required space to store the data which need to be considered.
|585||14 Mar 2013 @ 03:38 PDT||Tools||Reply||Teradata TPT Script||Try run
on the command line
if this is not giving you an information at least the installation would be incomplete...
|584||14 Mar 2013 @ 03:35 PDT||Analytics||Reply||conversion of datatype||Don't post many times the same question. Solution was given at
Numeric Overflow error in teredata
|583||14 Mar 2013 @ 03:30 PDT||Database||Reply||Numeric Overflow error in teredata||check the data types of
It looks like the sums are exceding the maximum values... |
|582||03 Mar 2013 @ 11:53 PST||General||Reply||Did anyone store RDF data (Resource Description Framework) data on Teradata ?||@Adeel - no it isn't. You can convert it but it is even more generic.
All data is represented as subject predicate objects records.
And yes, I stored RDF data in Teradata. Question is what you... |