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1822 Aug 2015 @ 08:41 PDTToolsTeradata Python Module@alpanchino - There was a bug that was preventing the ODBC driver from using the specified DSN.  A fixed has been committed and an update released (15.10.00.06).  Thanks for reporting.
1720 Aug 2015 @ 12:33 PDTToolsTeradata Python Module@alpanchino - Your REST version is indeed a pre-release version, please upgrade to the GCA version (there should not be "Dev" in the package name). If you want to connect to a data sourc...
1619 Aug 2015 @ 05:58 PDTToolsTeradata Python Module@sds -  Yes, this definitely possible.   The trick is to pass in the ReturnGeneratedKeys="C" option to the ODBC driver.  This can be done directly on the call to udaExec.co...
1519 Aug 2015 @ 05:35 PDTToolsTeradata Python Module@alpanchino - What is the version of your REST service?  Is it a beta version?  That particular error is a case issue that was corrected before the GCA of rest. For the ODBC error, I wou...
1418 Aug 2015 @ 05:25 PDTToolsTeradata Python Module@chillerm - If your file contains a single replace statement that includes semi-colons, then I'm guessing the multi-statement parsing performed by the python module is what is causing the error...
1314 Aug 2015 @ 02:54 PDTToolsTeradata Python Module@privet3711 - No, there is no other way.  Teradata ODBC limits batch inserts to only certain size and number of rows.   Therefore, to continue using Batch mode, you will need to call exec...
1213 Aug 2015 @ 01:21 PDTToolsTeradata Python Module@privet3711 - I opened a bug for the timestamp(3) milliseconds being reported incorrectly and released a new version with the fix (15.10.00.04).  Thanks for reporting.
1113 Aug 2015 @ 10:31 PDTToolsTeradata Python Module@privet3711 - The Python Built-in constant "None" is used to represent a SQL NULL. 
1012 Aug 2015 @ 11:40 PDTToolsTeradata Python Module @cr255014 - Unforuntately, no.  The connectivity methods used by the Teradata Python Module  (ODBC/REST) do not support FastExport, FastLoad, or MultiLoad at this time.   
907 Aug 2015 @ 09:49 PDTToolsTeradata Python Module@urlich There are no plans at this time to also support JDBC as a connection option.  If people don't want to install ODBC, then we recommend they use the REST API instead.
806 Aug 2015 @ 06:41 PDTToolsTeradata Python Module@jegan.velappan - I'm not able to reproduce your error using Mac OS X 10.10.2 and Python 2.7.10.  Do you have any non-ascii characters in any of the strings you are passing to UdaExec.conn...
706 Aug 2015 @ 11:27 PDTToolsTeradata Python Module@ulrich - Note that the working directory is actually the directory you are located in when you execute the script and not necessarily the directory that contains the script.  You can change t...
605 Aug 2015 @ 12:24 PDTToolsTeradata Python Module@ulrich - Glad you were able to get logging working. You can change the name of the checkpoint file easily enough without changing the name of the application.   The UdaExec constructor takes ...
504 Aug 2015 @ 10:09 PDTToolsTeradata Python Module@overcaster - I believe the problem is that you are naming your script "teradata.py".  This conflicts with the namespace of the Teradata Python Module.   Therefore, your script ...
431 Jul 2015 @ 01:11 PDTToolsTeradata Python ModuleI was able to reproduce the issue of the session staying in the responding state.  I opened a bug for the issue and released a new version with the fix (15.10.00.03).  Thanks for rep...
331 Jul 2015 @ 09:12 PDTToolsTeradata Python ModuleThe reason the results of SHOW TABLE were not displayed properly on the terminal is because the newline characters in the result were mostly likely carriage returns instead of line feeds.  To ...
230 Jul 2015 @ 11:16 PDTToolsTeradata Python ModuleCan you share the error that you are getting?  It looks like your SQL syntax is incorrect.  This works: for row in conn.execute("SHOW TABLE ${table}"): print(row)
129 Jul 2015 @ 04:19 PDTToolsTeradata Python Module"--" and "/* ... */" should both work.  Comments are submitted to the database along with SQL statements. The python module does not parse them out.  Therefore, the co...

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