Teradata Studio Express 16.20.00.00 for Windows i386 32-bit
Teradata Studio Express 16.20.00.00 for Windows x86 64-bit
Teradata Studio Express 16.20.00.00 for Linux 32-bit
Teradata Studio Express 16.20.00.00 for Linux 64-bit
Teradata Studio Express 16.20.00.00 for Mac OS
Teradata Studio Express Documentation 16.20.00.00
About this download

Teradata Studio Express provides an information discovery tool that retrieves data from  Aster, Teradata, and Hadoop 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 Express contains several open-source components. A package containing the source code and licenses for these components is also available for download. This package does not contain proprietary Teradata source code.

Teradata Studio Express is a fully supported product by Teradata. 

For community support, please visit the Teradata Studio Forum.

► NOTE: This version requires Java Runtime Environment(JRE) 1.8. Mac OSX platforms 10.7 or greater does not provide an Apple JRE. Users must install Oracle's Java Developer Kit (JDK) 1.8 before installing Studio Express.

README

Teradata Studio Express 16.20.00 release information.
 
Supported Platforms:
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     Windows Server - Microsoft Windows Server 20116.102 64-bit
                    - Microsoft Windows Server 2016 64-bit=
     Windows 7      - Microsoft Windows 7, 32-bit and 64-bit
     Windows 8 and 8.1 - Microsoft Windows 8 and 8.1, 32-bit and 64-bit
     Windows 10     - Microsoft Windows 10, 32-bit and 64-bit
     Ret Hat Server - Red Hat Advanced Server 6.0, and 7.0 32-bit and 64-bit
     Red Hat Platform - Red Hat Advanced Platform 6.0, and 7.0 32-bit and 64-bit
     SUSE Linux Enterprise - SUSE Linux Enterprise 11, 32-bit and 64-bit
    - SUSE Linux Enterprise 12, 32-bit and 64-bit
     CentOS 6       - 6, 32-bit and 64-bit
     CentOS 7       - 7, 32-bit and 64-bit
     Apple Mac      - OSX 10.7, 10.8, 10.9, 10.10, 10.11, and 10.12
 
 
Minimum Memory Required:
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     4GB Memory, but 6GB Memory desired
 
 
Supported Teradata Databases Versions:
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     Teradata Database 14.10
     Teradata Database 15.0
     Teradata Database 15.10
     Teradata Database 16.0
     Teradata Database 16.10
     Teradata Database 16.20
 
Supported Aster Databases Versions:
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     Aster Database 6.20
     Aster Database 7.0 (Aster on Hadoop)
 
Supported Hadoop (HiveServer2 0.14) versions:
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     HDP 2.4, 2.5, 2.6
     Cloudera 5.8, 5.9, 5.11
 
Required Software:
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     - Java Runtime Environment (JRE) version 1.8
     - Mac OsX 10.7 or greater does not provide the Apple JRE. Users must
     install Oracle's JDK (not JRE) 1.8
 
Install Instructions;
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     Download the Teradata Studio Express zip file from the download site.
 
  For Windows install:
     1) Unzip the Teradata Studio Express package to your local file system.
     2) Run the setup.exe to launch the Teradata Studio Express installation.
     3) Workspace location can be specified during installation.
     4) Teradata Studio Express is installed in the Program Files directory / Given directory.
        For example, C:\Program Files (x86)\Teradata\Client\16.20\Teradata Studio Express. 
When Teradata Studio Express is started, a 'workspace' directory is gets created wherever you
specify or in your home directory if you don't specify (C:\Users\<user>\workspace).
This directory contains workspace files, including the SQL project folder.
The teradata.log file is located in the install \configuration directory.
 
 
 
  For Linux install:
    1) Unzip and untar the Teradata Studio Express package to your local file system.
 
        gunzip TeradataStudioExpress__linux_x86.16.20.00.00-1.tar.gz
        tar -xvf TeradataStudioExpress__linux_x86.16.20.00.00-1.tar
 
    2) Change directories (CD) to the TeradataStudioExpress.16.20.00.00 directory
 
        cd TeradataStudioExpress.16.20.00.00
 
    3) Switch to Super User or Root and run the Studio Express install script, passing
       the Studio Express RPM (Package Management) package
 
        su
        ./studioexpressinstall TeradataStudioExpress-16.20.00.00-1.x86.rpm
 
    4) Provide the path to where you would like to install Teradata Studio Express. 
       The default location is /opt/teradata. When Teradata Studio Express is started, a workspace 
       directory is created in the location where you launched Teradata Studio Express (TeradataStudioExpress) from. 
       This directory contains workspace files, including the SQL project folder. 
       The teradata.log file is located in the install /configuration directory.
 
    Note: To check whether Teradata Studio Express is installed or not, run the following RPM command:
 
        rpm -qa TeradataStudioExpress
 
    To remove the Teradata Studio Express product from your Linux system, run the following RPM command:
 
        rpm -e TeradataStudioExpress
 
  For Mac OSX Install:
    1) Unzip the Teradata Studio Express package to your local file system.
    2) Double click on the Teradata Studio Express.pkg package to invoke the Teradata Studio Express installer
    3) You can change the install location or use the default install location, which is the
       /Applications/TeradataStudioExpress folder. When Teradata Studio Express is started, a 'SQLA' folder is created in the
       user's Documents folder. This folder contains the workspace files, including the SQL
       project folder. The teradata.log file is located in the install /configuration directory.
 
    To uninstall Studio on the Mac OSX, open a Terminal window and run the Studio Express uninstall script:
 
       . ./studio_uninstall.sh
 
 
Running Teradata Studio Express:
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    Windows:
       Double click the Teradata Studio Express desktop icon shortcut.
 
    Linux:
       Update your path variable to include the TeradataStudioExpress directory. Execute TeradataStudioExpress.
 
    Mac:
       Execute Teradata Studio Express in the TeradataStudioExpress directory.
 
 
 
Changing the Teradata Studio Workspace and/or Configuration information directories
 - (using Roaming Profiles):
=====================================================================================
When Teradata Studio Express is launched, it creates a workspace directory (called workspace) in your 
<USER HOME> directory. If you want to change the location of your workspace directory, you must pass
the -data option into the TeradataStudioExpress executable. You can do this by changing the Target 
parameter in the Windows desktop shortcut or in the command window when launching Teradata Studio Express. 
For example:
 
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Teradata\Client\16.20\Teradata Studio Express\TeradataStudioExpress.exe" 
-data "c:\Teradata Studio Express\My Workspace"
 
There is another directory (called .eclipse) created in your <USER HOME> directory that contains configuration 
information and jars for launching Teradata Studio Express. If you want to change the location of your configuration
directory, you must pass the -configuration option into the TeradataStudioExpress executable. You can do this by changing
the Target parameter in the Windows desktop shortcut or in the command window when launching Teradata Studio Express.
For Example:
 
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Teradata\Client\16.20\Teradata Studio Express\TeradataStudioExpress.exe" 
-configuration "c:\Teradata Studio Express"
 
You can combine both the -data and -configuration options on a single command line as well. This is often needed
when using a Roaming Profile that is not always accessible when running applications.
 
 
Bug Fixes
====================================
 
The following bugs were fixed in 16.20.00:
 
 
IDE-19867 SQL History Results message not incrementing STATEMENT number if failure
IDE-20291 Unable to drop the MR Function using DSE menu option
IDE-19853 Same keyboard shot cut key is using in two different place in new hadoop connection profile.
IDE-20441 Wrong sort order in Teradata Studio 16.10 with German Settings in Data Format
IDE-20442 SQL Editor contents lost if selected text contains empty line
IDE-20460 Table Data Load don't create error file if uncheck 'Stop Loading...' option
IDE-20461 Table Load when processing error rows needs to stream to output file
IDE-20799 Mac OSX: Studio: Unable to import Excel file via Data Transfer when source folder has Japanese characters
IDE-20088 Getting Dependency Browser warning from compare object definitions dialog
 
Improvements
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The following improvements were made in 16.20.00:
 
IDE-18970 Teradata 16.20 Parser Update
IDE-17726 Support Foreign Server Objects Display in DSE
IDE-18774 Added Ability to add own JDBC Properties for Knox
IDE-18219    Support to select custom workspace location
IDE-15048 Provided support for Hive on Cloudera
IDE-17729 Improved Loading Objects in DSE for Hive connection
IDE-17730 Improved Loading Objects in DSE from Impala connection
IDE-20439 Improved SSL connection timeout handling to not prompt for the password after timeout
 
 
 
HORTONWORKS SELF_SIGNED CERTIFICATES:
=====================================
 
The certificate used by the Knox server needs to be added to the Java runtime's certificate store. You can save the certificate with a web browser. 
For example, with Chrome, you can:
Enter the Knox server:port in the address bar. It will say that the connection is not private
Click Advanced, then click on the Proceed to site link
Click on the lock in the address bar and select Details
Click View certificate
Select the Details tab in the resulting dialog and click the Copy to file... button
In the resulting Certificate Export Wizard, save the certificate as Base-64 encoded
 
(Other browsers have similar methods to get to the Certificate Export Wizard)
 
Alternatively, on the Knox server, run the command:
 
     keytool -export -alias gateway-identity -rfc -file knox.crt -keystore <path to gateway.jks keystore (eg. /usr/lib/knox/data/security/keystore/gateway.jks)>
 
To install the certificate into your Java Runtime certificate store, run the command:
     %JDK_HOME%\bin\keytool.exe -importcert -alias "TDH240 Knox self-signed certificate" -file cert_location/<filename>.txt -keystore %JRE_HOME%\lib\security\cacerts
Where %JDK_HOME% is an environment variable with the location of a JDK and %JRE_HOME% is the location of the JRE used to run Studio.
 
The keytool.exe will ask for the password to the certificate store. It is “changeit” unless you’ve changed it