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Oracle to Teradata for data source setup

Oracle to Teradata for data source setup

Oracle to Teradata for data source setup

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Hi Folks,
I have requirement to implement a Oracle to Teradata for data source when a user is to develop dashboards in tableau as shown in below


Above pic says my assumption this way to be designed.looking for best solution from the community here
currently data is available in Oracle and need to load in to teradata,

1.Oracle replica can be possible in Teradata ?
2.what is the best way to load the data in to teradata ?
3.what are the phases required to do this task?could someone pls guide me in such a way to do this task in best way

Thanks in advance
Regards,
Sam

RE: Oracle to Teradata for data source setup

1. I don't know, but I suspect that it can't be done.
2. The fastest would probably be to unload from Oracle using SQL Loader and load into Teradata.
3. Step 1: Unload data from Oracle, gathering statistics on metadata such as rowcounts, totals for columns that can be summed.
Step 2: Load data into Teradata, gathering statistics on metadata such as rowcounts, totals for columns that can be summed.
Step 3: Validate between the source and target tables using statistics such as rowcounts, totals, etc.

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