which includes significant performance and functional enhancements, including ANSI mode, stored procedure, remote console, and multiload support."" />
 
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Subj:   Re: Where can I download a copy of TeraPerl ?
 
From:   Victor Sokovin

  DBD::Teradata is also available for FREE at  


  www.cpan.org...  



Yes but there is the following note attached to the last free release 1.13:

"NOTE:This free version is no longer actively maintained by the author. A commercially supported version is available at <web site> which includes significant performance and functional enhancements, including ANSI mode, stored procedure, remote console, and multiload support."

I omitted the commercial web site.


Regards,

Victor



     
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