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Message Posted: Wed, 15 Apr 2010 @ 00:33:33 GMT
Do you mean you want to build Java code into Teradata and thus extend the capabilities available to you within the database itself? If so, the previous post relating to Java Procedures is appropriate.
If however you are talking about accessing data from Teradata via a program running on an external system, e.g. a windows client machine, then you need to find out about JDBC.
You can download the Teradata JDBC driver from www.teradata.com (downloads section). There are also some sample programs to get you started (separate download if memory serves, but also at www.teradata.com).
Finally if you Google JDBC you will get billions of results to choose from - some of those will also likely be helpful.
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