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Inside a Teradata Node

Alternate Title: Teradata 101. For anyone new to Teradata, this session is to acquaint you with the Teradata technology.

Transitioning from SQL Assistant to Studio Express

This article is intended to help users as they transition from Teradata SQL Assistant to Teradata Studio Express. Included are some of the more frequently used SQL Assistant features along with a detailed 'How To' guide for the same features in Studio Express. Note: this article is relevant for Studio Express 15.10 or later.

The following topics are discussed:

Teradata Studio Express

Teradata Studio Express provides an information discovery tool that retrieves data from Teradata Database systems and allows the data to be manipulated and stored on the desktop. It is built on the Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP). For more information on Teradata Studio Express, refer to the article Teradata Studio Express.

Teradata Studio

Teradata Studio is a client based graphical interface used to perform database administration tasks on the Teradata Database. It is built on the Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP). For more information on Teradata Studio, refer to the article Teradata Studio.

Teradata Plug-in for Eclipse

The Teradata Plug-in for Eclipse is based on the Eclipse plug-in framework and Data Tools Platform (DTP). Teradata Plug-in for Eclipse enables Eclipse DTP to operate with the Teradata Database and value-added features.

Teradata Data Lab (15.10) Overview

This course provides an overview of the Data Lab product concepts and value proposition and how it applies to DBAs, Power Users, and the business community.

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 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:

Aster Client Tools

This package contains the Aster client tools.

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