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Analysts have deep knowledge of the procedures and reports their desktop tools currently use and produce, but can stumble when they need to get better insights fast on “too big” data.

Currently SPSS/Clementine is installed to operate against our Teradata system, and when I check the DBQL logs to review who is doing what, I see that the user Clementine is running SQL. This user "Clementine" is a generic userid and password set up in Teradata.

Is it possible to configure SPSS/Clementine or Teradata so that the ACTUAL user id (person submitting the query) is captured in the DBQL logs instead of the generic Clementine id? Right now, I am unable to tell WHO is actually running jobs. All I can tell is someone is running a job and using Clementine to do it.