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The Teradata Profiler Plug-in is based on the Eclipse plug-in framework and the Teradata Plug-in for Eclipse and Teradata Studio Data Source Explorer (DSE). Teradata Profiler Plug-in enables the user to Profile Teradata and Aster tables/columns via the DSE as well as create projects containing analyses. The descriptive statistics available with the Teradata Profiler Plug-in provide a variety of functions to statistically analyze and explore data tables in a Teradata or Aster database. This is a complete version of the Teradata Profiler for Eclipse, without an evaluation time limit, however, it is limited in use to up to 40 GB of "connected" data. (Note that the validation of the 40 GB limit for the Express Edition requires SELECT access to the dbc.allspace view in Teradata or EXECUTE permission on the nc_relationstats SQL-MR function in Aster for the user.)

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 Debugger for C/C++ UDF Eclipse Plug-in Release 15.10.01 has been released and is available in the Teradata Developer Exchange download section at Teradata Debugger for C/C++ UDF .

The Teradata Debugger for C/C++ UDF (CUDB) Eclipse Plug-in provides a Graphical User Interface for CUDB on the Eclipse IDE.

Hi,
I am new to Teradata studio. Can someone please help me with this error that appears under Teradata SQL History window when I open SQL editor?
Plug-in com.teradata.datatools.sqldev.history was unable to load class com.teradata.datatools.sqldev.history.view.HistoryViewPart.

Teradata’s latest and greatest Eclipse offering has been released and is available in the Teradata Developer Exchange download section (Teradata Eclipse_13.02.00). The 13.02.00 release builds on the 13.01.00 offering by boasting increased functionality.

The iBatis framework is a lightweight data mapping framework and persistence API. It couples objects with stored procedures or SQL statements using a XML descriptor. The iBatis SQL Map wizard allows you to quickly generate an iBatis SQL map for a given SQL statement or stored procedure.

The Teradata project is an extension of a Java project in Eclipse and it can be created by using the Teradata Project Wizard. This new type of project is set up based on Teradata Standards which can be overridden with preferences. The Teradata project will give you access to Teradata libraries.

At this point you should already be familiar with Eclipse. But if you are not, Eclipse is the de facto integrated development environment (IDE) for developing Java applications. It provides comprehensive support for Java technologies, as well as a platform for plug-in tools to extend its capabilities.

Teradata’s latest and greatest Eclipse offering has been released, and is available in the Teradata Developer Exchange download section (Eclipse_13.01.00).  Further, the 13.01.00 release builds on the 13.00.00 offering by boasting increased functionality.

A Teradata Database Java User Defined Function (JUDF) is a program that operates on data stored in relational tables. UDFs allow users to add their own extensions to the Teradata SQL language. JUDFs are implemented as external functions. This means the source is compiled externally to the DBS and kept in Java Archive (JAR) files. These JAR files are installed into the database using stored procedures in the SQLJ database. Once a JAR file is installed a JUDF can be defined to use a Java class and method within the JAR file. The JUDF is executed via a protected mode server separate from the database process. Parameters passed from the DBS are converted to their Java form and the Java return type from the JUDF  is converted back to its DBS form.
 

In the last article, it was shown how a user can create a Java External Stored Procedure (JXSP) that reads SQL using answers sets with the Teradata Plug-in for Eclipse. This article will show how a JXSP can be automatically created that reads SQL. The only thing that is required is a SQL query from the user and the content of the JXSP is automatically generated.

The Java Bean Wrapper wizard allows the user to quickly generate a Java Bean class for a given SQL statement or stored procedure. The Java Bean Wrapper Wizard has an option to create a JXSP that calls the wrapped SQL from the Java Bean.

In a typical relational database, tables are joined together via foreign key relationships. It is also common for macros and procedures to reference tables, forming dependent relationships. When making administrative decisions about database objects, it is important to know about its object relationships.

In the last article, it was shown how a user can create an ant script to automate a build so the user can deploy a JAR and install a DDL for a Java External Stored Procedure (JXSP) outside of Eclipse. This article will show how a user can create a JXSP that reads SQL using answers sets.

Answer sets are extended result sets returned by stored procedures. This is a new feature for JXSPs in the 13.0 version of the Teradata database.

A little over a month ago, we released our plug-in for Eclipse 13.0.  It already rocketed to one of our top downloads, so you likely know about it, but I felt this was something that shouldn't be missed.

Bottom line:  If you don't have it, get it!

At this point you should already be familiar with Eclipse. But if you are not, Eclipse is the de facto integrated development environment (IDE) for developing Java applications. It provides comprehensive support for Java technologies, as well as a platform for plug-in tools to extend its capabilities.