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This article is the official release announcement for Teradata Viewpoint/CAM 14.01 with an effective release date of October 12th, 2012. There are some great new features, in particular enhancements for usability, supportability, administration, and extensions to monitoring capabilities.

We are pleased to announce the release of Teradata Multi-System Manager (TMSM) release 13.11 on September 28, 2011.    This release allows TMSM to integrate with our newest product in the Dual Systems / Analytical Ecosystem family – Teradata Unity.   TMSM was also enhanced to provide additional table validation options and support for other client platfor

In this Mini Section we are going to extend upon the Simple Quotation Engine from FNP#6 in order to do Quotation Management. This will involve persisting information from the “Get Quote” method including Customer and Property Details as well as the resulting Quotation information. In this first part we will discuss the business process and establish the new database tables we will need. In the second part we will create the necessary Data Access Objects using iBatis and wire the Quotation Manager into the Web service of FNP#8 and FNP#9, and in the third part we will complete the Quotation Management process by providing for the ability to buy a TZA Insurance Policy using the Web service.

The Teradata Multiload utility provides the capability to perform batch maintenance on tables (insert, update, delete and upsert). It loads data from external sources and provides the capability to restart jobs interrupted by errors, exceptions and failures.

In the first article in this series on Teradata Error Handling, we introduced the larger architecture and load utility environment. in this article the focus will be on the Fastload Utility and some of the techniques applicable to handling errors, exceptions and failures that can occur within a High Availability system.

A high-availability system must have the ability to identify and correct errors, exceptions and failures in a timely and reliable manner to meet challenging service level objectives. The Teradata database and the utilities and components (used to both load and access data) provide capabilities to implement reliable error and exception handling functionality. These capabilities combined with a well designed high availability architecture allow a Teradata Active Enterprise Intelligence (AEI) system to meet the service level objectives required to support mission critical business processes.