At this point you should already be familiar with Eclipse. But if you are not, Eclipse is the de facto integrated development environment (IDE) for developing Java applications. It provides comprehensive support for Java technologies, as well as a platform for plug-in tools to extend its capabilities. Teradata Plug-in for Eclipse extends the Eclipse IDE with plug-ins that support Teradata application developers. It provides dialogs and wizards to ease the techincal and operational challenges when creating database objects, such as databases (or schemas), tables, stored procedures, user-defined functions, etc. Teradata Plug-in for Eclipse is targeted at improving the productivity of Java oriented developers by bringing more of their activities into a single Eclipse based IDE.

Supported Platforms

The computer where the Teradata Plug-in for Eclipse will be installed must be running one of the following operating systems: 

Operating System Platform
Windows Vista
  • Microsoft Windows Vista, running on Intel x86 (32-bit)
Windows XP Professional
  • Microsoft Windows XP Professional, with sp2, running on Intel
    x86
  • Microsoft Windows XP Professional, with sp2, running on Intel
    Xeon with EM64T (32-bit)
Windows Server 2003
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise and Standard Editions,
    with sp2, running on Intel x86 (32-bit)
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise and Standard Editions,
    with sp2, running on Intel Itanium (32-bit)
Windows 2000
  • Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Server and Advanced Server,
    with sp4, running on Intel x86

 

Installation

Before we can start using the Teradata Plug-in, we need to create our Eclipse DTP environment. The first step is to download the required software: Java Runtime Environment (JRE), Eclipse and DTP software, and Teradata JDBC Driver.

The following packages need to be installed:

Teradata Plug-in for Eclipse supports Eclipse versions 3.4.1

  • Eclipse 3.4.1 (Required packages)

Eclipse 3.4.1 SDK

EMF 2.4.1 (EMF + SDO + XSD)

GEF 3.4.1

 As an option to downloading the individual Eclipse packages, Eclipse has bundled the above packages (Eclipse SDK, EMF, SDO, GEF, and DTP) into a single download, Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers.  This package also includes additional Eclipse packages for Web application development. It should also be noted that the bundled package does not include the XSD package that is used when creating and viewing XML Schema Definition files. 

Simply unzip the zip files or, in the case of the JRE, run the execution file. For the Eclipse install, unzip the download files into your Eclipse directory.

Start Eclipse

Next, bring up Eclipse by double clicking on eclipse/eclipse.exe. Eclipse will prompt you for a Workspace folder that it uses to maintain the metatdata for your Eclipse session. You can browse your directory for an existing workspace folder or enter the name for your new workspace. It is recommended that you enter a name relavent to your developement, for example 'JXSP_workspace' for your Java external stored procedure development.

                      

Next a Welcome screen will appear. Click the ‘X’ at the top left hand corner to close the 'Welcome' tab.

Install Teradata Plug-in

Install Teradata Plug-in from the Teradata Datatools Update Site. Within Eclise, go to the Help menu and click the Software Updates... option. Choose the Available Software tab and click the Add Site... button.  

                            

In the Add Site pop up window, enter the Teradata Update Site URL in the Location (www.teradata.com/datatools/update). Click OK. You should notice that Teradata Plug-in for Eclipse is added to your Available Software list. 

       

Select Teradata Plug-in for Eclipse and click the Install... button on the right hand side. If the update site is not in the list, click the Manage Sites...button. You should find the site in the list and check the box. Click OK. It should now show up in the Available Software list. After the install, Eclipse will prompt you to restart Eclipse. Click Yes.

Create a Connection Profile

The next task is to create a connection profile for your Teradata Database. Make sure that the Eclipse Data Source Explorer View is opened. Eclipse Views provide an alternative presentation of the data, as well as an additional way to navigate information in the Eclipse workbench. The Data Source Explorer View provides a tree view of the database objects and tools for running routines and viewing results.

To open the Data Source Explorer View, click the Window>Show View>Other option in the top-level menu. Double click on the Connectivity>Data Source Explorer item. You will notice the Data Source Explorer (DSE) tab in the workspace.  Drag the tab over to the left hand pane for more space to browse the databases and their associated database objects, such as tables, columns, stored procedures, macros, user-defined functions, user-defined types, and views.

To create a Teradata connection profile, right click on the Databases folder in the Data Source Explorer and select the New… option. The New Connection Profile wizard will display the list of Connection Profile Types. Choose the Teradata Database type and enter a name for your profile. Click Next and select a driver. A Teradata JDBC Driver template has been provided.  The first time you come into the New Connection Profile wizard, the Teradata JDBC Driver will not show up in the drop-down list.  The user needs to click on the asterisk,, to the right of the drop-down and the Teradata JDBC Driver will appear in the ‘New Driver Definition’ screen. Select the Teradata JDBC Driver and click OK.  If the OK button is not enabled, check to see if there is an error displayed at the top of the dialog. It could be that the Teradata JDBC JARs have been installed in a different location than what is expected in the template. 

                  

To modify the list of jars or list of database properties that will be used with this driver, click on the Jar List or Properties tab.  NOTE: The Jar List assumes the Terdata JDBC Driver JARs have been installed in the C:\TeraJDBC directory. If you have installed them in a different location, you must modify the Jar List.

                               

Click OK to return the the New Teradata Connection Profile screen.

Next, enter the Database Server Name, User Name, Password and Database values. You can also add or modify properties for your connection in the Optional properties box. Enter the attribute/value pair and click the Add button. Or to remove an attribute, select it from the list and click the Remove button.

Optionally, you can click the Test Connection button to verify that your connection profile definition is correct.  Click Finish to return to the DSE and create the connection.

 

                                 

You now have a Teradata Database connection profile that you can use to browse the schemas and their database objects or invoke the ‘Create’ dialogs to create new database objects, such as Users, Schemas (or Databases), Tables, Macros, Views, or Stored Procedures. By right clicking an entry in the Data Source Explorer tree, the Teradata menu option will appear. Open this option to find the appropriate ‘Create’ dialogs.

                

 

Another option for browsing information about the Teradata Database objects is the ‘Show in Teradata View’ option. This option will open a Teradata View tab and display more detailed information for objects that are selected in the Data Source Explorer. In the example below, the ‘ide’ schema has been selected in the DSE and the ‘Show in Teradata View’ option was selected. Within the Teradata View tab, an Overview, Tables, Views, Macros, Procedures, JXSP Jars, UDFs, and UDTs tabs are displayed.

Once the ‘Show in Teradata View’ option is selected, subsequent selections from the DSE will continue to be shown in the Teradata View. To close the Teradata View, click the ‘X’ on the Teradata tab.

            

 

Configuration Options for Java Stored Procedures and Java User Defined Functions

Teradata SQLJ

If you are creating a Java stored procedure, make sure that you have selected a system that has Teradata Database version 12.0 or greater. If you are creating a Java user-defined function, make sure that you have selected a system that has Teradata Database version 13.0 or greater. Along with the correct version of Teradata, you must also have the SQLJ feature installed. SQLJ can only be installed on 64-bit server machines. For smaller, laptop configurations, Teradata Express Edition also supports SQLJ features. Teradata Express can be found on the Teradata Download Center.

SQLJ contains stored procedures and views used to manage the JARs used by Java stored procedures and Java user-defined functions.  A JAR or Java Archive is used for aggregating many Java class files into one. It is used to deploy the Java classes on the Teradata Database. If you click on the SQLJ schema and open the Stored Procedures folder, you should see several stored procedures, such as install_jarreplace_jarremove_jar, and alter_java_path. You must also have ‘Execute Procedure’ permissions granted on the SQLJ database.

SQLJ is installed by running the SQLJ Database Initialization Program (DIP) script called DIPSQLJ. DIP is a series of executable script files packaged with Teradata Database. Refer to the Teradata Utilities documentation for more detailed information on running DIP.

Java Compliance Level

If you are using Java Runtime Environment version 1.6 (jre6), your compiler must have the compliance level set to 1.5 when creating Java stored procedures or Java user-defined functions on Teradata. The reason for this is that the JRE version used by Teradata is 1.5 and classes compiled with JRE 1.6 are not compatible. In order to set the compliance level, select the Window>Preferences option from the top-level menu. This will bring up the Preferences popup dialog. Open the Java>Compiler preference and change the 'Compiler compliance level' to '1.5' from the drop down list. Click the Apply, then OK button to close the preferences dialog. 

                  

Whats's Next

You are now ready to browse your Teradata database systems or create new database objects.  The Teradata Plug-in for Eclipse provides the following easy to use functions:

  • Connection Management
  • Data Source Explorer
  • Create Schema, User, Table, Procedure, View, and Macro Dialogs
  • Ad hoc SQL Editor
  • Java Stored Procedure Wizard/Editor
  • Java User Defined Function Wizard/Editor
  • JXSP Jar Management
  • Execution Plan Support, Compare, and Statistics
  • Interdependency Browser
  • Find, Copy, and Compare Objects
  • Teradata XML Services Support
  • JavaBean Wrapper Wizard 
  • Teradata SQL Parser

  • Teradata SQL Formatter
  • XML schema generation, XML style sheet generation, XSLT Editor

Each of these functions simplifies the effort required to develop active applications using Java and Eclipse.

Discussion
aradford 3 comments Joined 07/09
26 Aug 2009

The plugin is really great. Great work. Is it possible to call the sql parser and formatting for a standard java app without going through the plugin?

fgrimmer 660 comments Joined 04/09
26 Aug 2009

There are no plans at this time to release it separately.

iouhuan 4 comments Joined 08/09
27 Aug 2009

can the plug-in export the results as excel(exp : *.xls) ?how do it?

iouhuan 4 comments Joined 08/09
27 Aug 2009

and how the plug-in do a job stream from the top down as teradata assistant?

iouhuan 4 comments Joined 08/09
27 Aug 2009

the second problem above have been resolved.
the first continue.

fgrimmer 660 comments Joined 04/09
28 Aug 2009

To respond to the first question: Not in the current release. We have since added this capability and it will be available in our upcoming release, 13.01.00

02 Sep 2009

I finally got the plug-in installed and working with eclipse V3.4.2, Teradata V12, Java SRE 6. It is a very nice database browser. I read the help, documentation, and some examples and there appears to be much more functionality. However, i am having a slow time discovering where they are hiding. Is there some more information including examples of using the features beyond browsing the database. Including submitting SQL and Explain plans.

fgrimmer 660 comments Joined 04/09
02 Sep 2009

Quick note to say that there are known problems with DTP 1.6.2 (which is typically run with Eclipse V3.4.2). We have addressed the problems in our upcoming release but currently support Eclipse V 3.4.1 (DTP 1.6.1).

That aside, there are additional Tutorials for Teradata Plug-in for Eclipse in the Tools category that focus on the additional Wizards that we have added to the SQL Editor menu. The Explain plans documentation is mainly in the Teradata Plug-in for Eclipse Help under Execution Plans.
For general use, I would reference the Eclipse documentation for Ganymede at http://help.eclipse.org/ganymede/index.jsp. Refer to the Data Tools Platform user Documentation for more information on submitting SQL.

shyguy 17 comments Joined 08/09
23 Sep 2009

Helpful stuff. Any inputs on how to convert the queries into web services based DAOs would be helpful and most appreciated, thanks.

fgrimmer 660 comments Joined 04/09
23 Sep 2009

Yes. The easiest way is to use our Java Bean Wrapper Wizard that will wrap your query in a JavaBean. There are also options in the wizard to use Teradata XML Services (publish function) which will allow your JavaBean to return the result set as XML. The final step then is to use the Eclipse Web Tools Platform (WTP) to then generate a Web Service from your JavaBean.
Let me know if you have any questions or need more details on this process.
Also, the Teradata XML Services product can be downloaded from the Teradata Download Center, under the Teradata Toolbox category (http://www.teradata.com/DownloadCenter/).

fgrimmer 660 comments Joined 04/09
23 Sep 2009

Also, there is tutorial on the Spring Framework and creating Spring DAOs if that is useful as well. Refer to http://devxweb.td.teradata.com/tools/articles/using-the-spring-framework-with-the-teradata-plug-in-for-eclipse

shyguy 17 comments Joined 08/09
23 Sep 2009

Awesome, this sounds interesting. I had gotten the bean ready earlier from the SQL so that takes care of step 1.

The rest of it does exactly what I am looking for but somehow it seems dis-connected.

I downloaded TD XML services but how do I integrate it with my eclipse project? I am also not well versed with WTP. Detailed steps would be quite helpful, thanks.

Appreciate your time and guidance, thanks much.

shyguy 17 comments Joined 08/09
23 Sep 2009

Google came to the rescue for step 3, though am still in the POC process of web service-izing a bean.

It would be most helpful if you could guide me out on the TD XML services component and how it gels with eclipse?

Thanks,
ShyGuy

fgrimmer 660 comments Joined 04/09
23 Sep 2009

Teradata XML Services consists of a series of stored procedures and functions that are installed on your Teradata Database. Make sure you install the Unicode version of Teradata XML Services or, if you are installing XML Services 1.1.7, then you could also select the publishing functions option.
To verify that you have the XML functions installed, you should see a database schema called SYSXML and, if you open the Stored Procedures folder, procedures such as PUBLISH_LOB_REF_U .

If you create the JavaBean using the Java Bean Wrapper Wizard and select the option "Java Bean returns result as XML" , it will generate your JavaBean code with calls to the XML Services publish stored procedure for you. Your JavaBean will have an execute method to run the query and a getXml to return the result set as XML.

Generating the web service can be done from your JavaBean using the Eclipse WTP "Create Web Service" option. You can download Eclipse WTP from http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/ or if you installed the Eclipse JEE Bundle it is included. Right click on your JavaBean .java file and you should see the "Create Web Service" down at the bottom as a Web Service menu option. Since you are creating your web service from a SQL statement, you would select the Bottom up approach. The WTP Web Service wizard will also generate a client proxy as well.
I hope this helps,

shyguy 17 comments Joined 08/09
24 Sep 2009

Followed through all the steps and got to the web service part where the generation failed as web services don't support the DataSource object. A work around I tried was to get the connection from within the bean itself without using DS but somehow I cannot get it to recognize the TD JDBC jar.

Any pointers?

Btw, thanks for your detailed help this far, most helpful.

shyguy 17 comments Joined 08/09
24 Sep 2009

Exact error point-
System.out.println("execution prep started");
cStmt.setInt(1, col1);
cStmt.setString(2, registeredId);
cStmt.setString(3, userXML);
cStmt.setString(4, passwordXML);
cStmt.registerOutParameter(5, Types.CLOB);
cStmt.registerOutParameter(6, Types.INTEGER);
System.out.println("ready to execute");
boolean hasResultSets = cStmt.execute();
//fails here as the next debug msg never gets printed
System.out.println("execution completed");

Here is the exception/error-
com.teradata.jdbc.jdbc_4.util.JDBCException: [Teradata Database] [TeraJDBC 13.00.00.07] [Error 7504] [SQLState HY000] in UDF/XSP/UDM SYSXML.PUBLISH_LOB_INTERNAL_U: SQLSTATE U0035: cli init error!errorcode: 224, errorstring:Logon failed!

Kindly guide out.

shyguy 17 comments Joined 08/09
24 Sep 2009

A step further, am now facing the error-
com.teradata.jdbc.jdbc_4.util.JDBCException: [Teradata Database] [TeraJDBC 13.00.00.07] [Error 5510] [SQLState HY000] Invalid session mode for procedure execution.

fgrimmer 660 comments Joined 04/09
24 Sep 2009

It sounds like the session mode when the XML Services were installed (which may be defaulted to TERA) is different from the session mode when calling the procedure from the javabean. With the Teradata Plug-in, we default the TMODE to the recommended ANSI mode. But you can set the session mode in your connection URL to TERA to match the installed procedures.

Connection con = DriverManager.getConnection(
"jdbc:teradata://mysystem/CHARSET=UTF8,TMODE=TERA", "dbc", "dbc");

Or if you are using a DataSource in your application server (Tomcat) you can also set the TMODE in its URL as well.

shyguy 17 comments Joined 08/09
24 Sep 2009

Done as your input got me past that, thanks.

But I am back to the earlier issue of LOGON FAILED-
com.teradata.jdbc.jdbc_4.util.JDBCException: [Teradata Database] [TeraJDBC 13.00.00.07] [Error 7504] [SQLState HY000] in UDF/XSP/UDM SYSXML.PUBLISH_LOB_INTERNAL_U: SQLSTATE U0035: cli init error!errorcode: 224, errorstring:Logon failed!

In the bean, I am providing login credentials twice-

private String userXML = "dbc";
private String passwordXML = "dbc";

AND

Connection con = DriverManager.getConnection(
"jdbc:teradata://sysname/CHARSET=UTF8,TMODE=TERA",
"dbc", "dbc");

It seems to be failing within the publish sp. Please suggest next step.

ps- Thanks and Sorry.

shyguy 17 comments Joined 08/09
24 Sep 2009

Never mind, got it figured out. Thanks.

fgrimmer 660 comments Joined 04/09
24 Sep 2009

The userXML string needs to include the Teradata system name as well, for example in the above connection the userXML string would be set to "sysname/dbc".

shyguy 17 comments Joined 08/09
24 Sep 2009

So finally am all set. The execute method in the bean when invoked as a web service does the necessary work and prints the following as xml (I have put in an explicit println to see the resultant xml var content)-

?<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-16"?>abc

But the SOAP response in raw format does not have the results-
-
-

Shouldn't the response contain the value i.e. abc?

Have I missed something out?

shyguy 17 comments Joined 08/09
24 Sep 2009

Raw xml didn't get printed earlier-

shyguy 17 comments Joined 08/09
24 Sep 2009

?
?
?
?
?

shyguy 17 comments Joined 08/09
24 Sep 2009

< soapenv:Envelope xmlns:soapenv="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
< soapenv:Body>
< executeResponse xmlns="http://daos.td" />
< / soapenv:Body>
< / soapenv:Envelope>

shyguy 17 comments Joined 08/09
24 Sep 2009

Above comment has the SOAP response and the following is the result that I explicitly print from the execute method. It does have the correct result-

?< ? xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-16"? > < QuerySchema > < ROW > < col2 > abc < / col2 > < / ROW > < / QuerySchema>

shyguy 17 comments Joined 08/09
24 Sep 2009

How do I get the result i.e. < col2 > = abc to be a part of the SOAP response?

shyguy 17 comments Joined 08/09
24 Sep 2009

**Solved**

I made the execute method return the XML (duh). In case there is an out of the box way to do this, please share.

Many thanks for your guidance all through out, appreciate it.

fgrimmer 660 comments Joined 04/09
24 Sep 2009

It seems that wrapping the setting of the XML user information, query parameters, and execute into a single API that returns the XML result is best for a web service. I am glad that worked.

Mikec 21 comments Joined 03/09
24 Sep 2009

If you want to do "Contract First" based Web services then the take a look at my series of articles in the Applications vertical known as the Friday Night Project. In FNP #8 we work through creating a Web service contract (WSDL/XSD) and using it and the Eclipse Web Tools Project (WTP) to create a Web service, which in FNP #9 we wire into some Business Processes that we prepared earlier.

shyguy 17 comments Joined 08/09
28 Sep 2009

Thanks Mike. Will check out mentioned threads.

TDUser 4 comments Joined 05/09
29 Sep 2009

Hello, I'm trying to set up my IDE and I couldn't donwload the EMF 2.4.1 (EMF + SDO + XSD) ... I tried for couple of days at various time of days.. Are there any other recent version that is compatible and can be donwloaded ? Please suggest.. Thanks,Sankar

fgrimmer 660 comments Joined 04/09
29 Sep 2009

Yes, you could try downloading the Eclipse 3.4.1 JEE bundle which will include EMF 2.4.1 as mentioned above:
http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/download.php?file=/technology/epp/downloads/release/ganymede/SR1/eclipse-jee-ganymede-SR1-win32.zip

TDUser 4 comments Joined 05/09
29 Sep 2009

Thanks for your very quick response. First of all I confess that I'm a novice to the Java world. .. I downloaded the 3.4.1 JEE and extracted to the "eclipse" folder and tried to start the IDE. I got an error that 'JVM 1.4.2_03 is not suitable and JVM 1.5 or higher is required' However from my windows add-remove-programs shows that both 1.4.2_03 and 1.5.0_10 are installed on the machine. Help please! Thanks..

Mikec 21 comments Joined 03/09
29 Sep 2009

Check your Environment Variables (on Windows XP do Start -> Control Panel -> System -> Advanced -> Environment Variables). The system Variable JAVA_HOME needs to point to you 1.5.0_10 JVM (i.e. C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.5.0_10).

Once you have Eclipse operational remember and go back to the "Install Teradata Plug-in" at the top of the article.

TDUser 4 comments Joined 05/09
29 Sep 2009

Thanks for the pointer. There was't a JAVA_HOME env variable and setting up one didn't help either. So I meddled with the registry : Local machine\software\JavaSoft\Run time Environment \Current Version\ was pointing to the old version .. I changed that to 1.5.0_10 and it's working. Thanks a lot..

TDDeveloper 1 comment Joined 09/09
05 Oct 2009

Can I use Eclipse for XML-to-XML, XML-to-TD Table mapping to auto generate the style-sheet?

fgrimmer 660 comments Joined 04/09
05 Oct 2009

The Teradata Plug-In provides an XSLT mapping tool that you can create an XSLT, given a Result Set (from a SQL query) and an XSD to map it to. It can be accessed from the Java Bean Wrapper Wizard or from the Teradata View action menu when displaying the list of registered XSLTs for a given Schema.
XML-to-TD Table (or shredding) is not yet supported by the TD Plug-In.

vincent91 20 comments Joined 02/10
18 May 2010

I followed this install procedure and the Teradata Plugin for Eclipse install has failed with following errors :

Cannot complete the request. See the details.
Unsatisfied dependency: [com.teradata.datatools.xmlservicesFeature.feature.group 13.1.0.200910281454] requiredCapability: org.eclipse.equinox.p2.iu/org.eclipse.datatools.sqltools.routineeditor.ui/1.0.0
Unsatisfied dependency: [com.teradata.datatools.dtpsupportFeature.feature.group 13.1.0.200910281454] requiredCapability: org.eclipse.equinox.p2.iu/org.eclipse.datatools.sqltools.sql.ui/0.0.0
Unsatisfied dependency: [com.teradata.datatools.enhancementsFeature.feature.group 13.1.0.200910281454] requiredCapability: org.eclipse.equinox.p2.iu/org.eclipse.datatools.sqltools.result.ui/0.0.0
Unsatisfied dependency: [com.teradata.datatools.enhancementsFeature.feature.group 13.1.0.200910281454] requiredCapability: org.eclipse.equinox.p2.iu/org.eclipse.datatools.sqltools.editor.core.ui/1.0.0
Unsatisfied dependency: [com.teradata.datatools.dtpsupportFeature.feature.group 13.1.0.200910281454] requiredCapability: org.eclipse.equinox.p2.iu/org.eclipse.datatools.sqltools.routineeditor.ui/0.0.0
Unsatisfied dependency: [com.teradata.datatools.dtpsupportFeature.feature.group 13.1.0.200910281454] requiredCapability: org.eclipse.equinox.p2.iu/org.eclipse.datatools.sqltools.sql.ui/0.0.0
Unsatisfied dependency: [com.teradata.datatools.dtpsupportFeature.feature.group 13.1.0.200910281454] requiredCapability: org.eclipse.equinox.p2.iu/org.eclipse.datatools.sqltools.editor.core.ui/0.0.0
...

I didn't find any help on this problem.

any idea please ?

Thanks.

fgrimmer 660 comments Joined 04/09
18 May 2010

Which version of Eclipse and DTP do you have. The newly released version of Teradata Plug-in for Eclipse requires Eclipse 3.5.2 or 3.4.2 and DTP 1.7.2. Please verify that you have the correct version. The exception stack indicates that a DTP plug-in dependency is missing.

vincent91 20 comments Joined 02/10
20 May 2010

sorry for the late answer.

Eclipse : 3.4.2
DTP : 1.7.2
XSD 2.4.1
EMF SDO 2.4.0
GEF 3.4.0
J2EE Standard tools (JST) 3.0.2
Web Standard tools (WST) 3.0.2

I don't know if it could impact : in the window 'Available software', I got the following message when I click on refresh button :
'Refresh has encountered a problem
No repository found at http://org.eclipse.equinox.p2.iu

I don't know if I could better try to install the last Eclipse version 3.5.2

vincent91 20 comments Joined 02/10
20 May 2010

It's finally OK.
I have installed the last eclipse version : 3.5.2

No errors occured during the Teradata Plugin 13.x installation.

Everything is working well. I can navigate in my Teradata database.

Thanks for help

eljefewatson 1 comment Joined 05/11
27 Jul 2011

Does the Teradata Eclipse plug-in still not support XML to TD shreddding mapping generation? Or do we need to go get a 3rd party mapping tool (Tiger, Altova MapForce)?

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