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Introduction to the Teradata« RDBMS for UNIX« Version 2 Release 2.1 - NCR

NCR Introduction to the Teradata« RDBMS for UNIX« Version 2 Release 2.1 - NCR, 1998. - 315 p.
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software 2-8 Session

control 2-11, 2-27 controller 2-8 management 12-8

account numbers 12-8 passwords 12-8 tdpid 12-8 user names 12-8 Set operators 5-6 INTERSECT 5-6 MINUS 5-6 UNION 5-6 Set theory 3-1

Shared information architecture. See SIA SIA 1-2,1-3 Space allocation 12-2 SQL 1-4, 1-6, 2-18

aggregate operators 5-4 ANSI standard language 2-18 application development 5-20 arithmetic functions 5-7 arithmetic operators 5-3 comparison operators 5-4 concatenation operator 5-6

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cursor 5-21

data definition statements 4-1 data manipulation statements 5-1 data types 4-2 DELETE statement 5-19 dispatcher 1-6, 2-14 embedded 5-20 embedded SQL 2-28 expressions 5-3 FETCH INTO statement 5-21 generator 2-14 INSERT statement 5-1, 5-16 lexicon 2-19 logical operators 5-5 optimizer 3-2 parser 1-6, 2-8, 2-13 preprocessor 2-28 request packaging 2-26 rules for writing statements 2-19 SELECT statement 5-1, 5-2 set operators 5-6 string functions 5-6 string matching operators 5-5 syntaxer 2-8, 2-13 UPDATE statement 5-1, 5-18 Step

dispatching 2-15 parallel execution 2-16 placing on BYNET 2-15 processing 2-16 receiving 2-15 sending to AMPs 2-17 Storage capacities DBS 13-3 servers 13-3 Structured Query Language. See SQL Subqueries nesting 5-14 System integrity tools 11-2 maintenance facilities 9-1 System Management Facility. See SMF System status 12-12

T

Table 3-1

adding column 4-8 altering 4-8 creating 4-6 creating index 4-18 dropping 4-19 dropping column 4-8 rebuild facility 9-8 rebuilding 9-8 TCP/IP 2-11

TDP 1-1, 1-6, 2-26, 2-27, 12-20 functions 2-27 MTDP 2-27 TDP User Transaction Monitor. See TDPTMON TDPLGUX logon exit 11-5 TDPTMON 12-20 Teradata DBS

archiving and restoring 2-30 database software 1-1 design 1-2

design philosophy and goals 1-1 disk handling system 1-1 file system 1-1 scalability 1-1 security 11-1 shared architecture 1-1 shared information architecture 1-1 Teradata Director Program. See TDP Teradata Manager 2-39, 12-11 Teradata Operating System. See TOS Teradata SQL. See SQL Third normal form. See Normal form, 3NF TOS 2-8 Transactions concept 10-2 explicit 10-4 implicit 10-4 serializability 10-2 Transitive dependence 3-3

Introduction to the Teradata RDBMS for UNIX

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Index

Transmission Control

Protocol/Internet Protocol. See TCP/IP

Transparency Series/Application Program Interface. See TS/API TS/API 8-11 Tuple 3-1

Two Phase Commit protocol. See 2PC Two-Phase Locking Protocol. See 2PL

U

Unique primary index 4-14 Unique Primary Index. See UPI Unique secondary index 4-17 UPDATE statement 5-18 Updates undo 10-4 UPI 4-11 User

creating 12-2 names 11-3

SessionInfo 7-4 TableSize 7-4 altering 6-3 creating 6-2 data independence 6-5 RCC

Events 7-5

Events_Configuration 7-5 Events_Media 7-5 Journals 7-5 restrictions on DML operations 6-6 security 6-4 why use them? 6-4 Virtual processor. See vproc Vproc

AMP 2-10 PE 2-9

W

WinCLI 2-26, 2-28, 2-29 Windows Call Level Interface. See WinCLI

V

Views 6-1

access to database 6-4 administrator AccessLog 7-4 AccLogRules 7-4 AllRights 7-4 AllSpace 7-4 AMPUsage 7-4 Children 7-4 DeleteAccessLog 7-4 DiskSpace 7-4 ErrorLog 7-4 LogOnOff 7-4 LogonRules 7-4 ResUseView 7-4 SecurityLog 7-4

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