This post summarizes the tutorials I created in the past about Teradata. It is trying to help you gain the basic SQL skills with Teradata especially if you are a new beginner or you just move from SQL Server or Oracle. It also includes some guides about setting up your own Teradata server (latest Teradata Express version TDExpress16.10.00.03_Sles11_40GB.7z).
If you don't have a Teradata server to play with, following the post below to setup your own virtual machine.
Quickly get familiar with SQL queries in Teradata.
This page summarize some of the commonly used views in Teradata. Conventions In all the views in the following sections, X views are also available though they only return rows that contain information on objects that the requesting database user owns, created, granted privilige on,...View detail
In this article, I am going to introduce how to install Teradata Express in virtual machines in Windows. Download software 1) Download VMware Player for Windows 32-bit and 64-bit from the following link (version 6.0): ...View detail
Teradata published an official Python module which can be used in DevOps projects. More details can be found at the following GitHub site: https://github.com/Teradata/PyTd Install Teradata module ...View detail
For many SQL Server or Oracle developers, you may encounter some inconveniences when writing SQL queries. For example, how to select from dummy table or local defined variables. This page summarize the equivalents in Teradata SQL.View detail
This post summarize the common functions that are used when dealing with DateTime datatypes in Teradata.View detail