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Message Posted: Thu, 23 May 2002 @ 06:45:28 GMT
This is what we are doing. We've got Teradata and our development software installed under Windows 2000 so we can develop/test locally (we can put Teradata and our development environment on a laptop and go traveling), while production is on NCR hardware.
We've found no difference at all between Windows and Unix. In fact, by just changing the Hosts file entry in Windows, we can do runs on the local Windows DB, the Unix-based development DB, or the Unix-based production DB. Our application (using CLI) and Queryman (using ODBC) behave identically whether the DB is the Windows one or Unix one.
We've been using V2R3, but have just installed V2R4.1 on our Windows laptops, with V2R4.1 scheduled for production in about a month. So far, we've only had one small issue in V2R4.1 (a new reserved word), otherwise it's been working identically to V2R3.
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