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Aster Client Tools for Windows

This package contains the Aster client tools for Windows.

 

Release numbering for all of the above will follow this convention:

XX.YY.ZZ.nn

where:

  • XX is a major release
  • YY is a minor release
  • ZZ is a maintenance release
  • nn is an efix or hotpatch

We use this terminology:

Aster Client Tools for Solaris

This package contains the Aster client tools for Solaris.

 

Release numbering for all of the above will follow this convention:

XX.YY.ZZ.nn

where:

  • XX is a major release
  • YY is a minor release
  • ZZ is a maintenance release
  • nn is an efix or hotpatch

We use this terminology:

Aster Client Tools for MacOS

This package contains the Aster client tools for MacOS.

 

Release numbering for all of the above will follow this convention:

XX.YY.ZZ.nn

where:

  • XX is a major release
  • YY is a minor release
  • ZZ is a maintenance release
  • nn is an efix or hotpatch

We use this terminology:

Aster Client Tools for Linux

This package contains the Aster client tools for Linux.

 

Release numbering for all of the above will follow this convention:

XX.YY.ZZ.nn

where:

  • XX is a major release
  • YY is a minor release
  • ZZ is a maintenance release
  • nn is an efix or hotpatch

We use this terminology:

Aster Client Tools for AIX

This package contains the Aster client tools for AIX.

 

Release numbering for all of the above will follow this convention:

XX.YY.ZZ.nn

where:

  • XX is a major release
  • YY is a minor release
  • ZZ is a maintenance release
  • nn is an efix or hotpatch

We use this terminology:

Teradata CLIv2 for Linux

Teradata Call-Level Interface Version 2 is a collection of callable service routines that provide the interface between applications and the Teradata Gateway. Gateway is the interface between CLI and the Teradata Database. This download package is for the Linux platform.

Teradata Certification, What’s New and How to Prepare

Ever wonder how you can maximize your exam preparation experience during the Teradata Certification process?

Teradata JDBC Driver

The Teradata JDBC Driver enables Java applications to connect to the Teradata Database.

Teradata & SQLAlchemy: Introduction

SQLAlchemy

SQLAlchemy is an open source python library which provides an abstraction over relational databases making them easier to work with. It provides a SQL expression language to generate SQL queries and has an object relational mapper that allows you to express database queries in terms of classes and relationships between them. Using SQLAlchemy has several advantages:

(1) Write generic python code to work across different database backends.
(2) Interact with the database through python objects instead of writing SQL.
(3) Expose data to powerful python libraries.
(4) It can support the features of the underlying database.
(5) It's free.
 
Teradata ODBC Driver for Mac OS X

The ODBC Driver for Mac OS X allows you to connect to the Teradata database from Mac OS Xapplications.

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