Connections Health Check | Dataset Connections | Teradata ModelOps - Connections Health Check - Teradata Vantage

ClearScape Analytics ModelOps User Guide

Deployment
VantageCloud
VantageCore
Edition
Enterprise
IntelliFlex
VMware
Product
Teradata Vantage
Release Number
7.0
Published
April 2023
Language
English (United States)
Last Update
2023-04-19
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The Connections Health Check feature allows you to validate the following:
  • Advanced analytics modules are installed and correctly configured;
  • A given connection has the required permissions to use these advanced analytics modules.
If any check fails, it notifies the user and provides a suggested remedy.
By default, the Health Check feature checks the following advanced analytics modules:
  • SQLE
  • BYOM
  • VAL
Additional checks can be configured on a per installation basis as necessary. These checks work by interrogating the database for the required information via SQL.

To view the health check:

  1. In the Connections list, select
    >
    View Details
    for a connection.
    It may take some time to run all the health checks and show the results.
For example, the following health check image shows that SQL and VAL health checks were successfully executed and are healthy. However, BYOM displays a number of problems:
  • The first error indicates that the ONNXPredict function is not available. That is because the version of BYOM installed in the target database is 2.0, while ONNXPredict is only available with 3.0 and later.

    While this isn’t a permissions error, it is very useful to show the analytics capabilities available in your system.

  • The final three errors show that the user does not have “EXECUTE FUNCTION WITH GRANT ON” permissions on the target database and how to remedy this.
Connection health check