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Message Posted: Tue, 11 May 1999 @ 22:24:15 GMT
Do most Teradata sites set a user's database to have no space, so that all tables are setup in the default database.
- probably yes, this is to save space, maintain security, and is explained in the Teradata RDBMS Customer Education course on System Administration.
- I have a scenario where there are two users USER1 and USER2, running the same program against the same default database. If USER1's program creates a temporary table A, what happens when USER2's program tries to create a temporary table A. Will there be a conflict?
There will be a conflict because the table and view names in a database must be unique, regardless of the creator.
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