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Message Posted: Fri, 13 Mar 2009 @ 23:16:42 GMT
It is a very common misconception that if you are on V2R6.0 or higher, you own TASM. To clarify this point, I talked to Gary Ryback. He is the TASM Product Manager at Teradata, and his response is included below.
One other point I want to make as well. While you are correct that you can only have 1 exception per workload in V2R6, that restriction is lifted in TD 12.0. With TD 12.0, you can have multiple exceptions per workload as well as Global Exceptions that apply to multiple workloads.
I'd like to clarify Robert's comment on TASM that if you are at Teradata V2R6.0 or higher, you have it. As TASM functionality is built into Teradata, there is some truth to Robert's statement, however consider the following:
>- The minimal Teradata level is actually V2R6.0.2
>- To use TASM, you need to be properly licensed for the products allowing migration, monitoring, reporting, configuring, etc, of TASM.
>- These products are Teradata Manager, Teradata Dynamic Workload Manager and Teradata Workload Analyzer.
>- These products are separately licensed and priced from the database.
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