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2617 Aug 2015 @ 12:36 PDTToolsIntroducing Teradata WalletSwetha,   There is no way to name the wallet file. The wallet can only be accessed by the system user that created it (in your case, that user is admin, so only admin can access the wallet)....
2503 Aug 2015 @ 11:33 PDTToolsIntroducing Teradata WalletHi John -- this appears to be a problem in either adhoc application or the Teradata ODBC Driver.  I think you or someone from your organization has already opened an incident. It is being rese...
2401 Jun 2015 @ 11:54 PDTToolsIntroducing Teradata Walletndbajde - it's "tdwallet" not "tdwallets". Teradata ODBC Driver 14.0 works, just make sure you are using the latest efix.
2318 May 2015 @ 02:03 PDTToolsIntroducing Teradata WalletRoopalini -- there is an invalid underscore in one of your keywords -- "$td_wallet(testpw)". But that would not cause the logmech string error. The logmech string error doesn't have a...
2223 Mar 2015 @ 02:16 PDTToolsIntroducing Teradata WalletI just realized that in an earlier comment I provided a bad example for hiding a username in the wallet: tdpid/$tdwallet(usr1),$tdwallet($tdwallet(usr1)_$(tdpid)) This is wrong, because the ite...
2123 Mar 2015 @ 01:13 PDTToolsIntroducing Teradata WalletLizarb -- I found your incident (it didn't make its way to me yet, so I asked to have it escalated).   Could you please check if your temporary directory or partition is full or nearly f...
2017 Mar 2015 @ 02:13 PDTToolsIntroducing Teradata Walletmceoni -- how many wallet entries were you able to add for this user? You can get the info on the limits by executing "tdwallet help limits", as mentioned a few times in the comments abov...
1909 Mar 2015 @ 12:06 PDTToolsIntroducing Teradata WalletWolfgang - Expect is free open source. You can download the source and build it yourself. Also it looks like there's a free community edition of ActiveTcl, which should contain an Expect execut...
1820 Feb 2015 @ 11:25 PSTToolsIntroducing Teradata WalletWolfgang -- you can use the Expect tool (mentioned in the comments above) to add entries to the wallet. The Teradata Wallet user should be the same as the BTEQ user. Wallet entries on Windows are ...
1728 Nov 2014 @ 01:21 PSTToolsIntroducing Teradata WalletSmarak -- thank you for the feedback. Here are the answers you seek: (a) No, as that would defeat the purpose of Teradata Wallet. (b) Yes. We are aware that this is not optimal, but there are no ...
1613 Nov 2014 @ 02:31 PSTToolsIntroducing Teradata Walletshaunkim1123 -- a document titled Teradata Tools and Utilities Release Definition (B035-2029) is available at www.info.teradata.com. If you scroll down to the section describing Teradata Wallet, yo...
1501 Oct 2014 @ 12:29 PDTToolsIntroducing Teradata Walletsptdata said: The Teradata Wallet software is not installed (the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Teradata\CLient\Teradata Wallet registry key does not exist) Please make sure you installed the...
1430 Sep 2014 @ 02:46 PDTToolsIntroducing Teradata Walletpaluvayi -- there's a difference between a user with no password and a user with no shell access, but this is not my area of expertise. I think the command you want to use after "su" ...
1311 Sep 2014 @ 10:57 PDTToolsIntroducing Teradata WalletJerryZott -- this was envisioned in the design, but has not been implemented However, I think there's a simple workaround, you would just have to use the '$tdwallet(something)' keyword ...
1212 Aug 2014 @ 12:24 PDTToolsIntroducing Teradata Walletxytwan asked: Is the wallet portable? You are correct, it is more like a locker than a wallet. The wallet was not designed to be portable as one of many security measures. We are aware that...
1128 Jul 2014 @ 01:52 PDTToolsIntroducing Teradata WalletThere were no changes in this area in 15.0. Generally, any notable changes can be found in the TTU Release Definition document or in the readme files that accompany the package.
1029 May 2014 @ 06:03 PDTToolsIntroducing Teradata Walletchiran54321 asked: What is the TD Wallet limits on the number of passwords can be store. If any know performance issues with high number of registered password (Eg, 10k's of passwords)? ...
924 Apr 2014 @ 01:41 PDTToolsIntroducing Teradata Walletgbendinelli asked: I have an administrator user that register five WALLET. Cai i share this wallet with other user? I don't know what your example means or what application you are us...
806 Mar 2014 @ 05:02 PSTToolsIntroducing Teradata WalletGeeta -- if you try an invalid subcommand with the tdwallet tool, it'll print a list of all supported subcommands. One of those is the answer.
721 Jan 2014 @ 03:55 PSTToolsIntroducing Teradata Walletthompsonhab asked: Can the Wallet be used with the Teradata OleLoad utility and if so how? I'm not familiar with that utility, but based on the name I'm guessing it uses ODBC for the...
606 Jan 2014 @ 01:02 PSTToolsIntroducing Teradata Walletnipunm - BTEQ does not allow the user's password to be entered on the same line as the .logon command in interactive mode.
520 Dec 2013 @ 06:58 PSTToolsIntroducing Teradata WalletDuri83 asked: Do we have to recreate all the entries manually or is there a way to copy the wallet to server2 from server1 Due to security concerns, the wallets were not designed to be porta...
420 Dec 2013 @ 06:26 PSTToolsIntroducing Teradata WalletDuri83 -- It's a good question and I''ll reply as soon as I get the answer. This may vary between platforms, so if you could mention the OS of your servers that would be helpful.
320 Sep 2013 @ 06:28 PDTToolsIntroducing Teradata Walletmadhurao asked: Can tdwallet store non teradata passwords? Teradata Wallet stores opaque name-value paris, but access to the value is only available to software that utilizes Teradata Wallet...
213 Jun 2013 @ 04:00 PDTToolsIntroducing Teradata Walletshreya_singh asked: Does Teradata wallet works on JDBC Connection? No. At this time, only applications that initiate logon processing through Teradata CLIv2 for Network Attached Systems and Te...

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