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The Teradata Performance Monitor Object is a COM object that provides methods which encapsulate the code required to fetch performance information from a Teradata Database. In most cases the data is returned as a collection of performance objects.

These articles refer to the version of the object that ships with Teradata Manager 12.0, and 13.0.

This article discusses the use of the Teradata Performance Monitor (COM) object which makes real time Teradata performance information available to a Windows application in a simple object oriented manner.

Teradata Parallel Transporter (TPT) is a flexible, high-performance Data Warehouse loading tool specifically optimized for Teradata Database, which enables data extraction, transformation and loading. It incorporates an infrastructure, which provides a parallel execution environment for product components called “operators”, which integrate with the infrastructure in a "plug-in" fashion and are thus interoperable.

In the last article, it was shown how Teradata Plug-in facilitates the process of creating and installing the Java parts and DDL for a Java External Stored Procedure (JXSP) using the JXSP Wizard and Multi-page Editor.

Metadata is a much over-looked requirement of data warehousing, primarily since it's not straightforward; though this difficulty can be eased by use of appropriate tools, such as Ab Initio's EME. The following article looks at the various types of metadata, and the requirements and objectives each meets, then considers some benefits of, and methods for, using a) a metadata tool and b) EME, specifically.

There is now a new command line interface to Teradata Parallel Transporter!

TPT users have been asking for this for a while now, and we have delivered. We will explore here a brief summary of what it is and how to use it.

Teradata Meta Data Services (a component that is included in the Teradata Utility Pack) helps an organization locate, describe, and share knowledge. Metadata surrounds raw data with context, transforming it into knowledge.

If you are reading this then you presumably want to investigate and use the Teradata Database. As Teradata Developer Exchange is intended to address a wide range of users (Sales, Marketing, Engineering, Education) it is understandable that you may not have access to a “Full Power” Teradata (yet). However, fear not as Teradata Express Edition 12.0 allows you to have a, size restricted (4GB), Teradata 12.0 instance on your Windows PC or Laptop for evaluation and development purposes.

The objective of this article is to explain step by step how to improve Talend in Teradata environment using Teradata utilities (FastLoad, MultiLoad).

If you are like me you tend to have several sandbox databases that you use day in and day out. Some on different servers all with different names and each one needing to have the latest ddl changes applied to keep things moving.

A Java External Stored Procedure (JXSP) is a program written in Java that is kept and executed with in a database server. Java stored procedures are implemented as external stored procedures. This means the source is compiled externally to the DBS and kept in Java Archive (JAR) files. These JAR files are installed into the database using stored procedures in the SQLJ database. Once a JAR file is installed the JXSP can be defined to use the Java class and methods within the JAR file. The JXSP are executed via a protected mode server separate from the database process.

Until you have Teradata V13 Statistics Wizard Easy Feature available for your Teradata installation, here is a set of stored procedures that will generate and/or run collect statistics statements based on a set of index, column and referential integrity rules.