Connect to a Teradata instance
Important: when reverse-engineering or forward-engineering a Teradata instance, the (Teradata) user used to connect to the target instance should have access to read SYSUDTLIB system database to retrieve DDL scripts for UDT, UDM etc...
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The Teradata instance can be hosted on-premises, or on virtualized machines in a private or public cloud.
In the Hackolade connection settings dialog, give a meaningful name to the connection, then set the the host and port if you wish to limit the scope of the discovery.
Important: when reverse-engineering or forward-engineering a Teradata instance, Hackolade is leveraging the Teradata Java client. You will need a working and properly configured Java environment (minimum Java 11). Hackolade tries to autodetect JAVA_HOME on your system but you can still configure it manually if your installation is specific (or if our automatic detection can’t find JAVA_HOME).
If required, you may enter your username and password