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TeraData Topics Learn

TeraData Topics Learn

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Tera Data : I. Teradata Parallel ArchitectureII. - Fundamental SQL Using SELECTFundamental Structured Query Language (SQL)Basic SELECT CommandWHERE ClauseCompound Comparisons ( AND / OR )Impact of NULL on Compound ComparisonsUsing NOT in SQL ComparisonsMultiple Value Search (IN)Using NOT INUsing Quantifiers Versus INMultiple Value Range Search (BETWEEN)Character String Search (LIKE)Derived ColumnsCreating a Column Alias NameTeradata Introduction
Teradata Architecture
Teradata Components
Parsing Engine Processor (PEP or PE)
Access Module Processor (AMP)
Message Passing Layer (BYNET)
A Teradata Database
Teradata Users
{ CREATE | MODIFY } DATABASE or USER (in common)
Symbols Used in this Book
Use of an Index
Primary Index
Secondary Index
ASNAMEDNaming conventionsBreaking ConventionsORDER BYDISTINCT Function
III. On-line HELP and SHOW CommandsHELP commandsSHOW commandsEXPLAINAdding CommentsANSI CommentTeradata CommentUser Information FunctionsACCOUNT FunctionDATABASE FunctionSESSION Function
IV. Data Conversions
Data ConversionsData TypesCASTImplied CASTFormatted DataTricking the ODBC to Allow Formatted DataTITLE Attribute for Data ColumnsTransaction ModesCase Sensitivity of DataCASESPECIFICLOWER FunctionUPPER Function
V. AggregationAggregate ProcessingMath AggregatesThe SUM FunctionThe AVG FunctionThe MIN FunctionThe MAX FunctionThe COUNT FunctionAggregates and Derived DataGROUP BYLimiting Output Values Using HAVINGStatistical AggregatesThe KURTOSIS FunctionThe SKEW FunctionThe STDDEV_POP FunctionThe STDDEV_SAMP FunctionThe VAR_POP FunctionThe VAR_SAMP FunctionThe CORR FunctionThe COVAR FunctionThe REGR_INTERCEPT FunctionThe REGR_SLOPE Function
Using GROUP BYUse of HAVINGUsing the DISTINCT Function with AggregatesAggregates and Very Large Data Bases (VLDB)Potential of Execution Error GROUP BY versus DISTINCTPerformance Opportunities
VI. Subquery ProcessingSubqueryUsing NOT INUsing QuantifiersQualifying Table Names and Creating a Table AliasQualifying Column NamesCreating an Alias for a TableCorrelated Subquery ProcessingEXISTS
VII. Subquery ProcessingJoin ProcessingOriginal Join SyntaxProduct JoinNewer ANSI Join SyntaxINNER JOINOUTER JOINLEFT OUTER JOINRIGHT OUTER JOINFULL OUTER JOINCROSS JOINSelf JoinAlternative JOIN / ON CodingAdding Residual Conditions to a JoinINNER JOINOUTER JOINOUTER JOIN HintsParallel Join ProcessingJoin Index Processing
VIII. Date and Time ProcessingANSI Standard DATE ReferenceINTEGERDATEANSIDATEDATEFORMSystem Level DefinitionUser Level DefinitionSession Level DeclarationDATE ProcessingADD_MONTHSANSI TIMEEXTRACTImplied Extract of Day, Month and Year ANSI TIMESTAMPTIME ZONESSetting TIME ZONESUsing TIME ZONES

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