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Difference between Teradata and Ansi Commit

Difference between Teradata and Ansi Commit

Difference between Teradata and Ansi Commit

Can you explain the force and weakness of the Teradata commit or Ansi Commit ?
We have migrated from DB2 to Teradata and we don't know if we have to change our strategy of commit/rollback use with an ETL.

RE: Difference between Teradata and Ansi Commit

If your system runs in ANSI mode it should be quite similar to DB2. Check the manuals, especially the ANSI session stuff in:

SQL Reference, Statement and Transaction Processin
Chapter 7: Locking and Transaction Processing

If your system runs in Teradata mode, then it's totally different...


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