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Dear community,
for one of my customers I am looking for best practices and guidelines for loading data with Informatica PowerCenter into Aster.
Any feedback or guidance on this would highly be appreciated.

I tried to write TPT output to named pipe, and then use gzip to compress the stream into final files.
gzip < /var/tmp/fact_abc_segment.fifo-1 > ~/data/fact_abc_segment.1.fastload.gz
gzip < /var/tmp/fact_abc_segment.fifo-8 > ~/data/fact_abc_segment.8.fastload.gz
 

Hi Teradata gurus,
 
I have developed a process in Java that read some files, add some fields, and load in some pipes to my TPT script.
In my tests I'm loading 6 pipes with 6 separeted Threads.
To load this I have these Producer Operators:

Hi Teradata Masters,

I'm trying to provide data to be consumed by a Load Operator in my TPT script throught a named pipe.
My DATACONNECTOR Producer: (all runs local on Windows)

    DEFINE OPERATOR PIPE_READER()
    DESCRIPTION 'Define opcoes de leitura de arquivos'
    TYPE DATACONNECTOR PRODUCER
    SCHEMA T701S020_SCHEMA
    ATTRIBUTES
    (

The Teradata Named Pipe Access Module (NPAM) provides an inter-process communication link between a writer process (such as FastExport) and a reader process (such as FastLoad).  The NPAM can also be used by Teradata Parallel Transporter (TPT) for data transfer.

This article details the different modes in which Named pipes are opened and used by NPAM for data transfer activity.

The Teradata Named Pipe Access Module (NPAM) provides an inter-process communication link between a writer process (such as FastExport) and a reader process (such as FastLoad).

BTEQ can read the output data directly from another BTEQ job,
using named pipes, without even getting the data on a storage device.

Could anyone please explain this with an example.

A sample code snippet will be helpful.