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UDF Debugging in a Controlled Environment
Customers are currently leveraging Teradata's features such as User Defined Functions (UDFs) and External Stored Procedures (XSPs) to develop complex applications. The aim of this set articles is to show the user how to use the Eclipse IDE to debug in a single-node, controlled, non-production environment: Java or C/C++ User Defined Functions (UDFs) Java or C/C++ External Stored Procedures (XSPs) The audience for this set of articles ranges from Teradata associates within the R&D and Professional Services organizations to  Teradata Customer and Partner developers who want to debug a UDF/XSP running on their  DBS VM before installing it on a production system.
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How to Create and Debug a CXSP using Eclipse
In addition to stored procedures, which use SQL control and condition-handling statements, input and output parameters, and local variables to provide applications with a server-based, precompiled procedural interface, Teradata Database supports external stored procedures.
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How to Set up a UDF / XSP Debugging Environment
An integrated development environment is crucial to software developers for editing, building and debugging their program all within one environment. Therefore, setting up the right development environment is an important first task.
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BTEQ Reference 13.10
This book provides reference information about BTEQ (Basic Teradata Query), a general-purpose, command-based report and load utility tool. BTEQ provides the ability to submit SQL queries to a Teradata Database in interactive and batch user modes, then produce formatted results.
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