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918 Aug 2015 @ 05:36 PDTToolsTeradata Python ModuleSorry I didn't see your response.  You're exactly right, I I was successful by replacing the delimiter.
818 Aug 2015 @ 05:33 PDTToolsTeradata Python ModuleOk, so interestingly enough if I read my file in as a string with open ('sql/sp_grnt_rvk_role.sql', 'r') as myfile: data=myfile.read() proc_def=str(data) and then exec...
718 Aug 2015 @ 04:58 PDTToolsTeradata Python ModuleAnyone have advice or examples for compiling stored procedures?  I've tried a few ways but am unable to get past it.  Closest I've been able to come was trying to simply execute t...
631 Jul 2015 @ 09:37 PDTToolsTeradata Python ModuleAbsolutely amazing share, thank you.  Looking forward to using this in the future.  
508 Dec 2014 @ 06:25 PSTExtensibilityK-means clustering and Teradata 14.10 table operatorsAwesome, thanks a lot for the quick response.  Your example also works perfectly.  This looks like it's going to be a great fit for some processes we're trying to bring back into ...
408 Dec 2014 @ 02:24 PSTExtensibilityK-means clustering and Teradata 14.10 table operatorsHey Watzke, This looks great.  I wanted to see if you had an updated SP definition.  When trying to execute the one posted here I get an error mentioning the volatile table the SP create...
303 Oct 2014 @ 04:45 PDTToolsTeradata StudioI'm finally making the conversion over to Teradata Studio away from SQL Assistant :)  Thanks for the great article, and the explanations of various features.  We are trying to push Te...
217 Jul 2012 @ 08:36 PDTPaul Sinclair's Blog on Partitioning9.2 Quintillion? What's that all about?Hey Paul, this is a great read. My only question is with your 4th example (Example 4: Nullable BIGINT Range). I don't see where you are specifying the unknown partition in your DDL.
121 Apr 2011 @ 12:32 PDTToolsLogging On Teradata Database Sessions via BTEQGreat article! I've been wondering about how to log on interactively for a good while now, so I can play around with different Teradata extensions and formats. Thanks a lot!