SAS-ACCESS® 9.1 Supplement for Teradata SAS-ACCESS for Relational Databases
Original Publication Date: 2004-Dec-31
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2015-Nov-09
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Supplement for Teradata
SAS/ACCESS for Relational Databases
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The correct bibliographic citation for this manual is as follows: SAS Institute Inc. 2004. SAS/ACCESS ® 9.1 Supplement for Teradata (SAS/ACCESS for Relational Databases). Cary, NC: SAS Institute Inc.
SAS/ACCESS® 9.1 Supplement for Teradata (SAS/ACCESS for Relational Databases)
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4 SAS/ACCESS for Teradata 1
Introduction to the SAS/ACCESS Interface to Teradata 2 LIBNAME Statement Specifics for Teradata 3
Data Set Options for Teradata 6
Pass-Through Facility Specifics for Teradata 7 Autopartitioning Scheme for Teradata 9 Passing SAS Functions to Teradata 13
Passing Joins to Teradata 13
Temporary Table Support for Teradata 13
Maximizing Teradata Read Performance 15
Maximizing Teradata Load Performance 19
Teradata Processing Tips for SAS Users 21
Locking in the Teradata Interface 25
Naming Conventions for Teradata 29
Data Types for Teradata 31
4 Recommended Reading 37 Recommended Reading 37
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C H A P T E R
Introduction to the SAS/ACCESS Interface to Teradata 2
The SAS/ACCESS Teradata Client 2
LIBNAME Statement Specifics for Teradata 3
Teradata LIBNAME Statement Example 6 Data Set Options for Teradata 6 Pass-Through Facility Specifics for Teradata 7
Autopartitioning Scheme for Teradata 9
FastExport and Case Sensitivity 9
FastExport Setup 10
FastExport Usage 11
FastExport and Explicit SQL 11
FastExport Usage Exceptions 11
Threaded Reads with Partitioning WHERE Clauses 12 FastExport V...