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6529 Oct 2007 @ 09:13 PDTTrainingReplyteradata DBA trainingRead the 3 important manuals from Teradata.com site.1. DBA2. Performance tuning3. Security administration.Apart from these you may have to be well versed with Teradata design and SQL.As for trainin...
6429 Oct 2007 @ 09:11 PDTTrainingReplyTCPPYes.
6329 Oct 2007 @ 09:10 PDTTrainingReplyWant Teradata SQL TutorialSeveral ways.1. Get in touch with Teradata education guys and ask for it. It is not free.2. Check the certification syllabus and read the manuals with focus on the tpics of certification. Also some...
6229 Oct 2007 @ 09:10 PDTTrainingReplyWant Teradata SQL TutorialSeveral ways.1. Get in touch with Teradata education guys and ask for it. It is not free.2. Check the certification syllabus and read the manuals with focus on the tpics of certification. Also some...
6129 Oct 2007 @ 09:08 PDTTrainingReplydata ware housingIn simple words....:Compiled code residing on an intelligent database server that reduces the processing burden on the client.www.connectworld.net/cgi-bin/iec/05GLSS.htmlIf you are specifically loo...
6029 Oct 2007 @ 09:03 PDTTrainingReplyTeradata DBA Traninig in Hyderabad?I dont think there are any institutes offering Teradata training in Hyderabad. Get in touch with Teradata education guys. There are based in Mumbai in India. You can get the contact information in ...
5929 Oct 2007 @ 09:02 PDTTrainingReplyTeradata Demo CDPlease post a request at the Teradata.com site or get in touch with Teradata marketing guys. They might help you in this regard.
5829 Oct 2007 @ 09:00 PDTTrainingReplyteradata WBTWeb based tutorial is restricted and is not freely available. You need to get in touch with Teradata education guys to get access. You may have to pay for it, however. :-)
5729 Oct 2007 @ 08:59 PDTTrainingReplyTeradara Certification - Application Developer and Physical implementationGo the Teradata site, look for the topics tested under the specific certification, note down those topics and look for those in the manuals available at the documentation site. Your preparation wil...
5622 May 2007 @ 05:38 PDTDatabaseReplyViews or Intermediate objects that can hold dataCan you explain the business reason for an attempt to store data in views? If it is store intermediate results then as Barry suggested you can go for temporary tables. If it is for security purpose...
5524 Apr 2007 @ 08:39 PDTTrainingReplyfew QuesI dont think the other 2 have any limits....it will be restricted by the database size I guess...:-)
5426 Mar 2007 @ 05:58 PDTToolsReplyTeradata to Oracel database migrationhttp://www.taborcommunications.com/dsstar/02/0122/103854.html
5326 Mar 2007 @ 05:56 PDTToolsReplyTeradata to Oracel database migrationI remember to have seen this URL long long ago.Dunno if it is still active and helps you.http://www.taborcommunications.com/dsstar/02/0122/103854.html
5226 Mar 2007 @ 05:50 PDTTrainingReplyTeradata Basics V2R5 Practice ExamThis is wonderfully explained in the Teradata Design Manual. Check the initial chapters of the manual.
5108 Mar 2007 @ 01:57 PSTDatabaseReplyHow to recover a table once its droppedThanks Jim. Thanks for correcting me. Yes. Fallback doesn't help recover a dropped table. Becauae when we drop the table the fallback copy is also dropped. I wonder how I could think of that post. ...
5006 Mar 2007 @ 01:39 PSTDatabaseReplyHow to recover a table once its droppedIt is a general strategy to use fallback option for important tables.
4906 Mar 2007 @ 01:26 PSTConnectivityReplyUser defined function for currency conversions or rate lookupsThank you Joe.
4806 Mar 2007 @ 01:19 PSTUDAReplyhow to extract only mondays in 2007Good point raised by al1_24. The categorization into topics makes no meaning then. In fact I should also apologize for having posted the answers to the questions everywhere. Well, different approac...
4702 Mar 2007 @ 02:02 PSTConnectivityTopicUser defined function for currency conversions or rate lookupsHas anybody implemented a UDF for currency conversions or rate lookups. What we are looking for is something like this:Function ExchngRT(TargetCurrency, StandardCurrency, Date) with TargetCurrency,...
4602 Mar 2007 @ 01:06 PSTAnalyticsReplyhow to extract only mondays in 2007 Chinna,Your question is very vague. Do you have a table which has a date column and do you want to extract Mondays from those values or in general from calendar view?Yet I guess this select will h...
4502 Mar 2007 @ 01:05 PSTUDAReplyhow to extract only mondays in 2007 Chinna,Your question is very vague. Do you have a table which has a date column and do you want to extract Mondays from those values or in general from calendar view?Yet I guess this select will h...
4402 Mar 2007 @ 01:05 PSTThird Party SoftwareReplyhow to extract only mondays in 2007 Chinna,Your question is very vague. Do you have a table which has a date column and do you want to extract Mondays from those values or in general from calendar view?Yet I guess this select will h...
4302 Mar 2007 @ 01:04 PSTAnalyticsReplyhow to extract only mondays in 2007 Chinna,Your question is very vague. Do you have a table which has a date column and do you want to extract Mondays from those values or in general from calendar view?Yet I guess this select will h...
4202 Mar 2007 @ 01:00 PSTDatabaseReplyhow to extract only mondays in 2007Chinna,Your question is very vague. Do you have a table which has a date column and do you want to extract Mondays from those values or in general from calendar view?Yet I guess this select will he...
4101 Mar 2007 @ 08:03 PSTToolsReplyUsing Functions in TeradataTry out putting the same SQL in a macro.

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