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Message Posted: Tue, 25 Feb 2003 @ 19:53:47 GMT
A little difficult in Teradata. There's no direct equivalent.
Assuming that your "setup the environment" involves issuing DDL commands then you can't use transaction locks.
Probably your best/safest bet is to revoke everyone's AccessRights for the duration of your processing. This is either
-- at the database level if your talking about setting up tables, views and macros etc within a single Teradata database but you want people to be able to acess other databases on the same machine, OR
-- at the logon level (i.e. remove the ability for people to logon to the machine) if you're talking about setting up an entire Teradata machine.
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