15.00 - Import Window - System Emulation Tool

Teradata System Emulation Tool User Guide

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System Emulation Tool
vrm_release
15.00
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User Guide
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B035-2492-034K

Import Window

The Teradata System Emulation Tool - Import window (Figure 3, hereafter referred to as the Import window) contains menus, commands, and a toolbar that access Teradata Set Import functions. To open the Import window, click in the main window. Use the options available in the Import window to navigate the Import feature.

Figure 3: Teradata Set Import Window

Note: The information that appears in the right pane of the Import window depends on what was imported.

Table 6 describes the Teradata Set Import window options.

 

Table 6: Import Window Menus, Commands, and Toolbar Buttons 

Menu

Command

Button

Description

File

 

Save As

Display the Save As dialog box to rename an edited file.

This option is only available if the emulation information has been edited or if the selections in the left pane (import tree) have changed.

 

Import

Import emulation information to a test system.

 

Exit

Close the Import window and return to the main window.

Edit

 

Undo

Undo the last edit.

Note: This option is only available in edit mode and only if the emulation information has been edited.

 

Cut

Move selected text to the Clipboard.

Note: This option is only available in edit mode and only when text is selected.

 

Copy

Copy selected text to the Clipboard.

Note: This option is only available in edit mode and only when text is selected.

 

Paste

Insert text from the Clipboard.

Note: This option is only available in edit mode.

 

Find

Display the Find dialog box to search for specified text in the left or right pane.

The following options are available from the Find dialog box:

  • Match whole word only. Select to search for whole words.
  • Match case. Select to distinguish between uppercase and lowercase characters during the search.
  • Search in all DDLs. Select to search all object definitions.
  • Note: This option is available and included in the Find dialog box only when searching the Object Definitions Information pane.

     

    Replace

    Replace selected text.

     

    Select All

    None

    Select all of the text in an editable pane.

     

    Allow Edit

    Turn on the edit mode to modify object definitions, RAS, statistics, cost parameters, and cost profiles in the right pane of the Import window.

     

    Apply Changes

    Apply edits to the active object definition, RAS, statistic, cost parameter, or cost profile.

    Note: This option is only available after making changes in edit mode.

    View

     

    Tool Bar

    None

    Show or hide the Import window toolbar.

     

    Status Bar

    None

    Show or hide the status bar in the main and Import windows.

     

    Font

    None

    Display the Font dialog box to change the font style, size, or color for text displayed under Object Definitions Information and Explain Text Information in the Import window.

     

    Source Machine Configuration

    Display the Source Machine Configuration dialog box to view the configuration characteristics of the system from which the emulation information is exported (the target system).

     

    Estimate Time

    Display the Estimated Time dialog box to view the estimated length of time needed for the import operation.

    Click Refresh to load the most current information.

    Note: The Estimate Time function requires privileges. See “Estimate‑Time Rights” on page24 .

    Options

     

    Existing Databases

    Display the Existing Databases dialog box to view a list of existing databases.

    Note: This option is available when the export includes one of the following:

  • Object definitions
  • Execution plans
  • Workloads
  • QCD data
  •  

    Import Options

    Display the Import Options dialog box to further define the databases and emulation information for an import operation.

     

    Order Database

    Allow the reordering of databases at the same level in the left pane (import tree) of the Import window.

     

    Set TLE

    Display the Set Target Level Emulation dialog box to view a list of the RAS, cost parameters, cost profiles, and Dynamic (IPE) plans exported from a target system. Use the dialog box to define the emulation information imported to a test system.

     

    Change PermSpace

    Display the Change PermSpace dialog box to specify different permanent space (permspace) than that calculated automatically by Teradata SET. Permanent space is required for importing objects on a target system.

    Help

    Note: Help in the Import window is the same as Help in the main window. See Table 4 on page35 .

    Toolbar buttons (no corresponding menu or commands)

    None

    None

    Rename the target database.

    None

    None

    Undo the renaming of a target database.