|31||17 May 2016 @ 08:08 PDT||Aster||Using Aster Express: ACT 2, Loading Data||There is an option to skip errors. You can always see the options by running
Here is the option to skip malformed rows.
|30||03 Dec 2013 @ 10:20 PST||Aster||Aster Express - Getting Started||There are 2 logins, based on the Aster image versions. The login/password is either "aster/aster" or "root/aster" - all lowercase.
|29||23 Mar 2013 @ 05:03 PDT||Aster||Aster Express - Getting Started||Add a virtual network adapter to the Queen image and give it any IP address that you need.
|28||20 Mar 2013 @ 11:47 PDT||Aster||Aster Express - Getting Started||Create a new virtual network adapter for the Queen image using the Virtual Machine Settings. Be sure to make this a 'bridged' adapter so that it connects directly to your LAN.&nb... |
|27||21 Dec 2012 @ 08:43 PST||Aster||Aster Express - Getting Started||The AMC may take a few minutes to start up after the cluster is running, depending on your system hardware, resources, etc. Give it another try. Another test is to use the web browser on the Quee... |
|26||08 Nov 2012 @ 11:28 PST||Database||Expanded Teradata Express Family Available||This article should be helpful:
You'll be able to use the TTU utilities from your Windows... |
|25||12 Sep 2012 @ 07:03 PDT||Aster||Using Aster Express: ACT 1||The "not enough workers" message usually means that the cluster is in an inactive state (this may happen when you return from a hibernate state with the virtual images). The quick remedy is to log... |
|24||06 Sep 2012 @ 07:04 PDT||Aster||Using Aster Express: ACT 2, Loading Data||Deena,
Try adding a 2nd virtual network adapter to the Queen using the virtual settings tab. This one could have an IP address on your network, leaving the original one for the private network ... |
|23||29 Jun 2012 @ 12:16 PDT||Aster||Introducing Aster Express||Take a look at Mark's article showing how he added a 2nd worker: http://developer.teradata.com/aster/articles/configuring-replication-factor-2-in-aster-data-1 |
|22||19 Jun 2012 @ 02:13 PDT||Aster||Using Aster Express: Act 3, On the Road to nPath||We just posted an article to show how to increase the number of v-workers: http://developer.teradata.com/node/11054.
This is also a required step in order to add more Worker nodes and also to use ... |
|21||13 Apr 2012 @ 04:45 PDT||Database||Expanded Teradata Express Family Available||Take a look at our article for getting started with the VMware images. The default login is root/root. |
|20||09 Apr 2012 @ 06:05 PDT||Aster||Using Aster Express: ACT 2, Loading Data||Thanks Paul....it's now fixed. |
|19||02 Apr 2012 @ 08:35 PDT||Database||Expanded Teradata Express Family Available||I'll double-check those links to make sure we haven't crossed our wires. In the meanwhile, can you try with a different browser? I think we've seen some caching issues on the browser that have al... |
|18||30 Mar 2012 @ 05:05 PDT||Aster||Introducing Aster Express||These are big images. Start the download before you go to bed, and they should be there waiting for you in the morning :) |
|17||30 Mar 2012 @ 03:49 PDT||Aster||Aster Express - Getting Started||I've just published the first article to introduce Aster's ACT client tool: http://developer.teradata.com/node/10515.
I'll soon add another for Aster's load tool and show how to add a 2nd worker... |
|16||19 Aug 2011 @ 03:59 PDT||Database||Expanded Teradata Express Family Available||The database size is fixed with the Teradata Express versions. I think your best option is to use the 40 GB Teradata Express for VMware Player edition. |
|15||17 Jun 2011 @ 02:07 PDT||Connectivity||Using SQuirrel SQL Client with Teradata||We don't have any specific plug-ins for Squirrel. If you need support for Teradata specific features, try either our SQL Assistant tools (Windows and Java editions) or our Eclipse plug-in. These ... |
|14||03 May 2011 @ 11:00 PDT||Database||Expanded Teradata Express Family Available||We'll update the SQL Assistant JE on the next refresh of the VMware image. Meanwhile, you can manually install the 13.10 version (Linux 64-bit) on your virtual image using this download link: http... |
|13||25 Feb 2011 @ 03:41 PST||Extensibility||Adding Geospatial Location Data - 2 Minute Guide||In the examples that I'm using, the negative longitude values are West and negative latitude values would be South.
So your conversion will be 24.3N = 24.3, 97.8W = =97.8. |
|12||22 Feb 2011 @ 04:23 PST||Database||Teradata Express 13.10 for VMware Player||Which Express Image are you using; 4GB, 40GB or 1TB? Did you check the MD5 checksum of your download file to ensure that you didn't have any corruption during the file transfer (a table with the M... |
|11||22 Feb 2011 @ 11:50 PST||Extensibility||Adding Geospatial Features to Teradata Express 12.0||Shobhit,
To install the Teradata 12 Geospatial UDFs, you will need to have a C compiler on your PC. Install the Microsoft Visual Studio and then re-run the installation scripts.
The alternat... |
|10||22 Dec 2010 @ 10:12 PST||Database||Expanded Teradata Express Family Available||By 'private cloud' we mean your internal virtualization infrastructure behind your firewall. For example, an internal VMware platform. Our Teradata Express for VMware Player is a virtual machine ... |
|9||10 Dec 2010 @ 05:35 PST||Database||Expanded Teradata Express Family Available||My first recommendation to address your CREATE PROCEDURE issue is to use one of our Teradata Express VMware images. While there must be an easy explanation for your current issue, in the long term... |
|8||17 Jun 2010 @ 08:29 PDT||Extensibility||Quicker Method to Calculate Distances on the Globe||With Teradata Geospatial 1.0, there was an ST_POINT data type with its own distance methods. ST_POINT has been dropped with Teradata 13. With Teradata 13, the ST_GEOMETRY data type supports all s... |
|7||02 Jun 2010 @ 01:00 PDT||Database||Expanded Teradata Express Family Available||Take a look at this network configuration article: http://developer.teradata.com/database/articles/teradata-express-network-configuration
In particular, the section that talks about the cop entry ... |