Teradata Vantage™ is the connected multi-cloud data platform for enterprise analytics that unifies everything: data lakes, data warehouses, analytics, and new data sources and types. Latest version 17.10 is currently supported.
To create a simple Teradata transformation, follow these steps:
You can organize the script into blocks.
For more information on how a read-only input mapping works, visit the link.
Teradata organizes tables in databases. Each bucket in Keboola Connection is represented by a separate database, usually following this naming pattern:
stackPrefix– depends on which Keboola stack you are using
projectID– the ID of your project, which you can find in the URL.
bucketID– you can find this string ID in the detail of your bucket (field ID, not the name). For this value,
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However, a read-only input mapping cannot access alias tables, because technically it is just a reference to an existing schema. If you want to access a bucket that is linked from another project, you need to use the ID of the source project from where the bucket is linked.
Bucket with ID
in.c-bucketOutOfTransformation in project
connection.keboola.com is represented by database