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1209 Jan 2007 @ 09:06 PSTDatabaseReply.NET Data Provider for TeradataFor step-by-step Installation Instruction refer to "Release Definition Including Installation Instruction" document on http://www.info.ncr.com.Navigate to General Search and use Publication Product...
1109 Jan 2007 @ 04:17 PSTConnectivityReply.Net Data Provider for Tearadata connection problemI am currently migrating a .NET application from VS 2003 V7.0 and from SQLServer to Teradata. Today I will be testing the new connection strings and Teradata.Client.Provider objects so I will let y...
1008 Jan 2007 @ 11:14 PSTConnectivityReply.Net Data Provider for Tearadata connection problemIt's a very longshot but does your server run on a different type of processor than your desktop.If so, it might help to decide which .net framework 2.0 redistributable package you require. x64 or ...
908 Jan 2007 @ 11:10 PSTConnectivityReply.Net Data Provider for TearadataFor those of you using Visual Studio 2003 and don't fancy wasting an entire day.The .NET Data Provider for Teradata only integrates with Visual Studio 2005!Not a note of that anywhere though :-( H...
808 Jan 2007 @ 04:31 PSTConnectivityTopic.Net Data Provider for TearadataSeen as ODBC is slower than an afternoon with the IRS, can anyone confirm that the .NET Provider for Teradata is only compatible with Visual Studio 2005?I'm running 2003 V7.0 and could not load the...
705 Jan 2007 @ 06:12 PSTConnectivityReplyAdd Teradata .net ADO reference to projectHey,I installed .NET Framework 2.0 because the .NET Data Provider for Teradata had it as pre-requisite.My applications still work so I can only assume that I am still pointing at 1.1 because I use ...
604 Jan 2007 @ 12:24 PSTConnectivityReplyAdd Teradata .net ADO reference to projectThanks.Maybe it's my use of MS Visual Studio 2003 v7.0 then.Is there a .NET data provider for 2003 v7.0 as ODBC seems quite slow.Thanks again.
504 Jan 2007 @ 11:32 PSTConnectivityReplyAdd Teradata .net ADO reference to projectfor anyone interested, i forgot to build up the string with concatenations. D'ohTDODBCcnString = "DSN=" & ServerLogXML & ";UID=" & UNameLogXML & ";Pwd=" & PasswordLogXML
404 Jan 2007 @ 11:15 PSTConnectivityReplyAdd Teradata .net ADO reference to projectI had no joy with this and so decided to change to use the Microsoft.Data.ODBC Classes. These have worked. I am wondering about the connection strings of these classes an whether they can take para...
304 Jan 2007 @ 04:45 PSTConnectivityReplyAdd Teradata .net ADO reference to projectHi,I am running windows2k prof.I have MS Visual Studio 2003 V7.0.I have systematically installed the below in the following order as specified in the release notes.1. tdicu.01.01.01.02 setup.exe2...
203 Jan 2007 @ 11:29 PSTConnectivityTopicAdd Teradata .net ADO reference to projectHi all,I am helping migrate a datawarehouse from SQLServer to Teradata. As part of this one .net application has to be rewritten to connect to the new teradata datawarehouse.However, I am not able ...
120 Dec 2005 @ 09:58 PSTAnalyticsTopicinteroperability with email and smsHi,My company is seriously considering translating from SqlServer 2k to TeraData after christmas. I have written an vb.net/sql application that incorporates emailing and subsequent sms notification...

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