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@frugecn, after several tries, our DBA and I were able to make this connector work. We were initially getting errors on the server, even after the connectors were installed on it.What we learned:- I had to install both 4.0 and 5.0 64-bit on my laptop, even though our server only has 5.0- Can't use e...
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Hello, I have problem when I select table from Teradata and click Preview or Mapping, error message popup : Error at Data Flow Task [Teradata Destination [341]]: SQLSTATE: 07009, Message: [Teradata][ODBC] (10670) Invalid descriptor index, descriptor record does not exist, or descriptor record was no...
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It has been a really long time, but I think you can get away with just the 64-bit install.
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@frugecn, Thanks for your reply. Very very helpful and I've opened a ticket for our DBAs to install the connectors.Just one more question: Should we install both 32-bit and 64-bit on the SQL Server 2016 Enterprise? Or just the 64-bit. Thanks.
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@glennpok, yes you have to install them on the server itself. That is where it is running from when you deploy to the catalog.
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