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Message Posted: Wed, 24 Jun 2015 @ 14:13:33 GMT
Many of the ODBC functions also exist in Teradata SQL. Virtually all the numeric functions exist, and many of the string functions (see below) (These all exist in Teradata 15.0 and above. A few may not exist before that.)
ODBC Teradata ----------- -------------- ASCII ASCII CHAR CHR CONCAT str1 || str2 DIFFERENCE CAST(SUBSTR(SOUNDEX(str1),2) AS INT) - CAST(SUBSTR(SOUNDEX(str2),2) AS INT) INSERT have to use sub-string and concat LCASE LOWER LEFT LEFT LENGTH LENGTH LOCATE INSTR LTRIM LTRIM REPEAT n/a REPLACE OREPLACE RIGHT RIGHT RTRIM RTRIM SOUNDEX SOUNDEX SPACE RPAD('', n) SUBSTRING SUBSTR or SUBSTRING(str, FROM n FOR m) UCASE UPPER
The EXTRACT() function is used to replace many of the ODBC Date/Time functions. We also have CURRENT_DATE, CURRENT_TIME (these are treated like variables - no () on the end) For TimestampAdd() you would use Interval arithmetic on the columns themselves.
If you are using a recent version of SQL Assistant you can get additional information (a brief description) by typing a function name and then hovering over it with the mouse.
(The 'Display Quick Info Tips' option on the Code Editor tab of options must be checked for this to work.) You can also include all built-in function names in the drop down lists that appear while typing your SQL by checking 'Display Suggestions' and 'Include built-in functions' on the same options tab.
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