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create inserts on table data

create inserts on table data


Can you help me?
I need to create inserts on table data in order to make installation script.
I looked up in Sql Assistant, Teradata Administrator but haven't found.

it is possible to write smth on VBA or C#, but I haven't time



RE: create inserts on table data

I guess i described the situation not clearly.

I have to make some procedure, programm or use functionallity of some tool to make inserts on any table in Teradata. Usually, RDBMS have management tools with such functionallity.
I used PL/SQL Developer to make such inserts in Oracle (ofcourse it is 3d party tool, but it is free for use).

But I haven't found such functionality in Teradata tools.
I started to make procedure, wich would make inserts on any table.. it uses 2 parameters: database name, table name, and works with DBC.Columns to know the structure of the table.
But my knowledge of Teradata is poor.. in Oracle I would make it much faster.



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