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README

NAME
    DBD::Teradata - DBI driver for Teradata

SYNOPSIS
      use DBI;

      $dbh = DBI->connect('dbi:Teradata:hostname', 'user', 'password');

    See DBI for more information.

DESCRIPTION
    Refer to the included doc/index.html, or
    http://www.presicient.com/tdatdbd for detailed information.
    
    NOTE: This version of the driver has been deprecated in favor of the
    more complete and maintained GPL version available at
    http://www.presicient.com/tdatdbd

  PREREQUISITES
    Install Perl (minimum version 5.8).

    Build, test and install the DBI module (minimum version 1.36).

    Remember to *read* the DBI README, this README, and the included
    doc/index.html CAREFULLY!

    I had a lot of info to distill, and POD, though quaint and convenient
    for READMEs like this, just isn't as expressive as HTML...hence
    doc/index.html. Please refer to doc/index.html for detailed usage
    information.

  *** BUILDING:
   NOTE
    The provided test suite is not suitable for normal Perl "make test", as
    it requires a Teradata database and a username and password for an
    account with various privileges (e.g., CREATE PROCEDURE).

    After installing, you can verify the install by running

            perl t/test.pl <host> <user> <password>

    where <host> is the name of your Teradata server. NOTE that CLI does NOT
    support numeric IP addresses, nor addresses with the COPn suffix already
    applied, i.e.,

            perl t/test.pl 129.123.345.78 dbc dbc   # WRONG

            perl t/test.pl DBCCOP1 dbc dbc          # WRONG

            perl t/test.pl DBC dbc dbc              # RIGHT!

   Building For Microsoft Windows
    You'll need the nmake utility, available with the various Visual Studio
    tools. You'll also need to make sure your command prompt is configured
    to find nmake; see the Visual Studio documents for how to do that.

    To build:

        perl Makefile.pl    # use a perl that's in your PATH
        nmake
        nmake install

   Building For UNIX/Linux
        perl Makefile.pl    # use a perl that's in your PATH
        make
        make install

  IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS
    Please read the doc/index.html file which includes important
    information, including tips and workarounds for various
    platform-specific problems.

  SUPPORT INFORMATION
    For the latest DBD::Teradata information, please see
    <http://www.presicient.com/tdatdbd.html>.

    Bug reports/Comments/suggestions/enhancement requests may be sent to
    <mailto:support@presicient.com>.

    Please note: This free version of DBD::Teradata is a minimal
    implementation of the GPL version available at
    <http://www.presicient.com/tdatdbd>.

   MAILING LISTS
    As a user or maintainer of a local copy of DBD::Teradata, you need to be
    aware of the following addresses:

    The DBI mailing lists located at

            dbi-announce@perl.org          for announcements
            dbi-dev@perl.org               for developer/maintainer discussions
            dbi-users@perl.org             for end user level discussion and help

    Refer to <http://dbi.perl.org/support/> for details on subscribing to
    these lists.

  COPYRIGHT, AUTHOR, and LICENSE
    Copyright(C) 2001-2009, Presicient Corporation, USA. All rights
    reserved.

    Permission is granted to use this software according to the terms of the
    Perl Artistic License, as specified in the Perl README file.

    This software is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
    WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
    MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

    Teradata(R) is a registed trademark of Teradata Corporation.

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