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Oracle GoldenGate - Teradata Specific Notes (Doc ID 1308245.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 10, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle GoldenGate - Version 9.5_EA and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

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This Note accumulates those Notes specific to the interaction of the Teradata database with the Oracle Goldengate Core product.

 

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<Note 1323119.1> Oracle GoldenGate Best Practice: Configuring Oracle GoldenGate for Teradata Databases
<Note 1063418.1> Guidelines for sizing and configuring Replication for Teradata Targets
<Note 987423.1> How to add a table to an existing Oracle GoldenGate extract for Teradata
<Note 973515.1>   Why do I receive the message "ODBC error: sqlstate 37000 Native database error -3523.
<Note 973558.1>   Why does Teradata Block DBC tables when I use SQLExec
<Note 987423.1>   How to add a table to an existing Oracle GoldenGate extract for Teradata
<Note 987422.1>   How to delete an Oracle GoldenGate extract for Teradata
<Note 1059707.1> MSVCR71D.dll for Teradata
<Note 1060422.1> How do I look up a Teradata error message
<Note 1060423.1> Setting up the Teradata ODBC driver on Linux
<Note 1060425.1> How do I check the ODBC version of the Teradata drive on Linux
<Note 1060524.1> How to drop and alter a replication group in Teradata
<Note 1060543.1> Error Reading from data RSG - an existing connection was forcibly closed by the Remote Host
<Note 1060545.1> Why does Teradata specify decimal precision and scale
<Note 1063418.1> Guidelines for sizing and configuring Replication for Teradata Targets
<Note 1286284.1> Why does my Teradata extract abend with the error "index is out of Range"
<Note 987413.1>    What are the terms RSG, CDC,TAM and replication groups for Teradata GoldenGate

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