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Subj:   Re: Can not change default database
From:   Anomy Anom

<-- Anonymously Posted: Monday, September 26, 2011 16:48 -->

Hi All,

Thanks for your response. I did try re-logging to Teradata after I used modify user statement, but it still would not work.

I could use the 'database HCDBETL' statement, however, it will work for only the current session.

I use Crystal Reports to run existing reports pointing to Teradata, and I face this issue when the sql in the report does not have a qualified tablenames.

When I run crystal, it creates a new sesion and hence executing 'database HCDBETL;' through SQL Assistant will not server the purpose.

Exectuing 'database HCDBETL;' will be valid for only that session and not to the session opened by Crystal Reports.

Of course I could modify the sql to explicitly qualify the tablenames. But for long exisiting queries this becomes a tedious job.

Is there any way to remediate this issue ?


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