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Teradata Studio's Copy Object Wizard allows users to copy objects by simply dragging the object from the Data Source Explorer tree and dropping it into the destination node in the Transfer View tree. Often users have created objects in their test database and wish to copy it to production, or copy objects from production into their test data lab environment. Database objects can be copied within the same database server or to a different database server. You can copy more than one object at a time by selecting multiple objects from the Data Source Explorer and dragging them to the Transfer View tree. Due to the external code location, External Stored Procedures and User Defined Functions can not be copied.

The Copy Object Wizard also allows you to filter out columns or column data when copying tables. You can also copy table data to an existing table, providing a map of source columns to destination columns.

Teradata Studio 14.10 is now available for download. Teradata Studio is an administration tool for creating and administering database objects. It can be run on multiple operating system platforms, such as Windows, Linux, and Mac OSX.

Teradata Studio is a client based graphical interface used to perform database administration tasks on Teradata and Aster Databases, as well as copying data between Aster, Teradata, and Hadoop Database Systems. Teradata Studio is built on the Eclipse® Rich Client Platform (RCP), taking advantage of the RCP framework for building and deploying native GUI applications. It extends the Eclipse Data Tools Platform (DTP) to enhance Teradata Database access. Teradata Studio can be run on Windows, Linux, and Mac OSX operating systems. The Eclipse platform is designed as an open tools platform but architected so that its components (or a subset of its components) can be used to build RCP applications. This allows Teradata Studio to benefit from the many high quality Eclipse features available while focusing on value-add for Teradata.

With the Studio 15.11 release, a new user interface was introduced in the Administration Perspective. Refer to the article, New Studio Administration User Experience for more information.

In addition to this article, there is a Teradata Studio User Guide document now available on the Teradata Studio Download page.


I want to render portlet content only for "Administrator" "Role" and, render: "Access not allowed" for any other "Role".
What would be the best way to achieve this "if/else"...


Need strictly a Teradata DBA.
Must conduct day to day TeraData DBA tasks.
Must have physical modeling experience.
Must have excellent communication skills.

Should have at least 5+ years experience.

Please forward your rate requirement, resume, and contact information to:

Michael White

We have begun discussions on the next candidate products for transition to Teradata Viewpoint. As you may already know, complete feature equivalence of Teradata Manager and Teradata Dynamic Workload Manager (TDWM) in Viewpoint will be realized in 1H2010.