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The most convenient and trouble-free network setting for VMware images is NAT. The default setting useDHCP for the  VMs meaning that when more then one VM gets started (like in UDA or when palying with Hadoop clusters) IP addresses get randomized.

I have Teradata Express 13.0 for VMware (4 GB) up and running. But I could not find any test data/tables in there. Can someone direct me how to find test data where I can query? Do I have to download and run 40GB or 1TB in order to get the test data?
Thank you. 

Hi,
I'm new to Teradata, and I'm trying to run a script in TD Express 14.10(SLES 11) that creates a UDF, but I'm getting the error message "Failure 3524 The user does not have CREATE FUNCTION access to database DBC".
How do I enable access to this function for the 'dbc' user?
Any helpwould be much appreciated.
Thanks,

Hi Friends,
 
ViewPoint on TD Express 14 VMware shows TDExres as down where as from erminal I can see pdestate -a return clean and also I restarted TD few times, yet there is no change in the TDEpres status in ViewPoint. Any idea how to resolve this?
 
 
Regards,
AANeelu

I am adding another article about connecting to Teradata through R by using the teradataR package. The following comes from my experience working on a 64-bit Teradata Express Virtual Machine (TEVM), and complements the existing forum topic at:
http://forums.teradata.com/forum/analytics/connecting-to-teradata-in-r-via-the-teradatar-package

After converting the TD Express VM Player image into an VMware ESX environment, the database won't start. Log messages complain about 'unable to open' devices:

Teradata Express for VMware Player (TDE-V) is a free, fully operational Teradata Virtual Machine with up to one terabyte of storage. Imagine being able to install a fully operational Teradata database on your PC and be running queries in five minutes, easy as 1-2-3.

 
I am running Teradata Express 14 running on a vmware hosted Suse Linux operating system.
Thus I have the following layers:
Windows 7 64bit
VMWare Player
Suse Linux
Teradata Express
 

Dear all
I have just attempted to install VMWare Player on Windows 8 professional and it rudely declines because Windows 8 pro comes with Windows Hyper Visor.
 

Folks,
 
I am new to teradata and to this forum. I am looking to install Teradata Express on my laptop.
On the downloads.teradata.com, it says VMware is to be installed but link is not active for Windows 7 OS.
If anybody can provide some pointers, it would be great.
 
Thanks
Adi
 
 

I am new to Teradata and tyring to learn for my job. I need help of how to download the Teradata Express for Windows.
 
I have OS WINDOWS 7 64BIT and I learned theat I could install 32 bit teradata express with XP mode on Win7 64BIT. If I am wrong please correct me.
 

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http://www.teradata.com/aws/getting-started/

The following link will take you to the Teradata Free 30-day Trial on the Amazon Web Services Marketplace:

https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B01DLD4UZI/ref=srh_res_product_title?ie=UTF8&sr=0-2&qid=1460587593176

 

We are pleased to announce the availability of 4GB and 1TB versions of Teradata Express 14.0 for VMware, joining the previously available 40GB version. Please visit the Teradata Express for VMware download page or read the launch announcement for more details.

Teradata Corporation is pleased to announce the availability of new Teradata Express versions based on our recently released version 14.0 of the Teradata database. The Teradata Express program is a freely licensed virtual instance of the Teradata database. It is fully functional for evaluation, test and development purposes.

Teradata Express for VMware (TDE-V) is a free, fully operational Teradata VM with up to one terabyte of storage. Imagine being able to install a fully operational Teradata database on your PC and be running queries in five minutes, easy as 1-2-3.

Is there a workaround for the following error. There is no BIOS option to enable Virtualization on my laptop.  

We have TD express for VMware installed on a Red Hat server.  The database is running and we can login to it using BTEQ in Linux.  We located the IP address of the database using ifconfig, but we can not connect to it or ping it from an external PC client.

We've run into a snag trying to import the Teradata 12 1 TB VM into our enterprise vSphere 4.0 VMWare environment. When we import the VM as is, it shows in the list as sles10 (invalid) and cannot be used. We then ran it through the conversion utility that VMWare provides while converting to thin disks (as we don't have 1TB of disk available right now). This failed at 56% with a non-descript error. We re-ran the conversion and it failed again at roughly the same point.

Hi guys~

I'm studying Teradata and downloaded Express version,
Really wanna try BIO and value analyzer.
Is there a single license for BIO or value analyzer?
So I can use these tools based on Teradata Express database.

Appreciate for your reply.

I have several of the Teradata TTU client applications installed on my workstation, and I use them to access a database on a test machine in a computer lab, running internal versions of Teradata Database 13.10.

After a month and half of flawless execution, my TD13 Express VMware installation (as downloaded from Teradata) has begun to flake out on me. Every couple of days it stops responding to network connections and has to be restarted from within VMWare.

VMWare reports the image as using all available CPU power during these events.

Let's see how to make the Teradata Express for VMware (TDE-V) image easily accessible for moving flat files to and from the image.

Teradata Express for VMware (TDE-V) is a free, fully operational Teradata VM with up to one terabyte of storage. Imagine being able to install a fully operational Teradata database on your PC and be running queries in five minutes, easy as 1-2-3.

The Teradata Express program offers customers a free evaluation version of the Teradata database as a download from Teradata.com.  While the Express edition is not licensed for production usage and is not officially supported, this is a fully functional Teradata database that is a great tool for developers and testers working on their Teradata projects or other who want hands-on learning with Teradata. 

Click here for download information.

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