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Message Posted: Mon, 07 Feb 2005 @ 10:15:52 GMT

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Subj:   Re: Job scheduling on windows platform
From:   OHara, Daniel

The scheduler is not usually effected by the OS under which you are running Teradata. It is the platform from which you load Teradata that is relevant. Of course for some small systems this may be the same.

I have seen a variety of schedulers used. At large site it tends to be their enterprise solution which works cross platform and co-ordinates the Teradata loads and back-up into the wider production schedule. Where the Teradata loads are not fully integrated into the enterprise solution they tend to have a standalone schedule driven by file arrival. This can be implemented in native OS facilities or a scheduling package.

Sorry to be so vague but there re a lot of different solutions out there. It really depends on how you want to manage Teradata and how integrated the systems it interfaces to already are. If you do go for a scheduling package use the company standard if there is one or if you select a package look for flexibility so that it can interface to as many packages as possible.

Daniel O'Hara
Project Manager
Teradata a Division of NCR

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