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Message Posted: Tue, 25 Mar 2008 @ 10:55:09 GMT

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Subj:   Re: ODBC for Unix or JDBC with 64k SQL Limit
From:   Mutsch, Joerg

Thanks again Victor.

Sorry for not replying some how I missed that.

Anyway I checked your recommendation but I could not find any settings on that on my ODBC connection (I am using the 3.05.x Driver from the Demo Version). Although I do not know if you meant certain kind of settings within the ODBC.

Could this be a setting on V12 (unfortunately I do not have installed that one right now)?

I only can do that the next time I am at my customer (haven't been there since that time). Tracing of the logs did not work and the time was running away to check why it did not.

What I do know is that Teradata created a fix on the 64K limit (found out today due to internal channels). But this is only on ODBC. I have no idea about JDBC and need to investigate more on that.

JDBC came into play since they want to switch the midtier Server from Windows (due to RAM Size limit) to Linux. JDBC could be used with a supported 3rd party vendor.

The problem on other vendors is the fact that Cognos 8 is not supporting these ODBC Drivers (not saying that they won't work). They only support the one from Teradata. Even the latest Version of Cognos (8.3) is not supporting OBDC on Linux. It will start from Version 8.4



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