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What's new in Teradata SQL Assistant 14.01

  

This article will introduce the new features and UI enhancements that have been added to Teradata SQL Assistant 14.01. The focus of this release is on usability and the introduction of Charting and the direct editing of Table data.

This article assumes that you are already familiar with the features in SQL Assistant 13.11. If not, you may wish to read the following articles first:

Derived Tables with Ordered Analytical Functions to Translate Flat Logic

Ordered analytical functions enable parallel processing by freeing processes from flat logic. They also produce simpler Set SQL statements, which as a general rule can be expected to perform better than more complex Set SQL statements.

Part 3: Backbone.js + Require.js, Improving AMD Performance by Priming the Cache

This article is a continuation of Part 2: Backbone.js + Require.js, Further Modularization and Just in Time Dependency Loading. It describes how to use a cache manifest to improve just in time dependency loading performance. It also provides a cache priming alternative in the event that the user’s browser does not support a cache manifest, i.e. IE.

How TD Compression Reduces Storage Space and Enhances System Performance

Go in-depth on how NULLs and Compression are managed in a Teradata system.

Teradata Security - Part 2

Security of data warehouse assets is a primary concern for most enterprises. This course will focus on securing network access to a Teradata data warehouse. This is Part 2 of 2.

Teradata Security - Part 1

Security of data warehouse assets is a primary concern for most enterprises. This course will focus on securing network access to a Teradata data warehouse. This is Part 1 of 2.

Simplifying Teradata Parallel Transporter Scripts with Templates

Customer ease-of-use is of paramount importance to Teradata’s strategy, and this is no different in the Teradata extract/transform/load (ETL) application space.

Teradata's New Priority Scheduler

Don’t miss this opportunity for an in-depth discussion about the “new” Priority Scheduler for Teradata 14, available for the Linux SLES 11 operating system.

Look Ma, No Hands!

Many of the day-to-day Teradata DBA activities are automatic. Learn how and why so many DBA functions can be handled by Teradata - all by itself.

TeradataR package for Red Hat Linux now available

A new R package for Red Hat Linux has been added to the teradataR 1.0.1 release. This new package provides the same functionality as in the previously released Windows and Mac OS X packages, but is built for Red Hat Linux. This version was built and tested on Red Hat Linux 6.2 32-bit. (The R version for Red Hat Linux is 2.14.1)

Installing this package is the same as any normal R package; just extract it into your R library area, or use the install.packages command with the file path.

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