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Unity Director handles data for mission critical applications that demand continuous high availability (HA), data location identification, session management, and data synchronization. It simplifies multiple Teradata Database system management tasks including routing users to the data location, rerouting users during an outage, and synchronizing database changes across Teradata Database systems. Unity Director integrates with Unity Ecosystem Manager to enable administrators to view system and table health, receive warning and critical alerts, and view analytics and statistics about data operations. As a bulk load option, Unity Director can utilize Unity Loader to selectively route large data loads from a client to Teradata systems without additional administrator operations.

In this article, I will be showing you how to establish Unity Director 14.00 routing rules which will enable you to efficiently load balance reports across multiple managed Teradata systems.

The Rewind feature in Teradata Viewpoint allows the user to examine the state of a Teradata system at an arbitrary point in the past. In this video, Teradata Viewpoint engineer Kurt Jackson provides a quick (1 min, 40 sec) overview of the Rewind functionality.

 

Teradata Viewpoint is a fully web-based database management platform, built on the JSR-168 portal standard. In this screencast, Teradata Viewpoint engineer Josh Palmer provide a quick (2 min) overview of basic portal functionality: adding and removing portlets to the page, moving portlets, and managing pages.

The Filtered Queries portlet in Teradata Viewpoint 13.0.1 allows the end user to see a view of the queries running on a Teradata system, filtered by query state. In this video, Teradata Viewpoint engineer Kurt Jackson provides a quick (2 min) overview of the Filtered Queries portlet functionality.

 

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ODBC Learning Examples - Tier 2 is a suite of applications designed to provide an informative guide to developing ODBC applications as well as providing simple building blocks for ODBC applications.  The samples are split into eleven distinct modules. Within each module there is a range of applications usually with a unifying lesson in mind. This document contains instructions for the use and the descriptions behind each module and the sample applications contained within that module.

Once the EAR or WAR has been successfully deployed and configured on your Application Server you are now ready to use the TERAJMSA Administration UI. This tool can be used to accomplish various administrative tasks for TERAJMSA. These tasks include 1) Managing services and properties and 2) Managing the Environment Variables

  • Go to the [Tomcat Web Application Manager] – http://<your_server_name>:8080/manager/html

Figure 25:  Tomcat Web Application Manager