17.10 - DIP Scripts - Advanced SQL Engine - Teradata Database

Teradata Vantage™ - Database Utilities

Product
Advanced SQL Engine
Teradata Database
Release Number
17.10
Release Date
July 2021
Content Type
Configuration
Publication ID
B035-1102-171K
Language
English (United States)

The following table provides a summary of the different DIP scripts.

SQL Script File Purpose
DIPACC
  • Runs the access logging script.
  • Enables users with EXECUTE privilege on the DBC.AccLogRule macro to submit BEGIN LOGGING and END LOGGING statements, which enable and disable logging of privilege checking.
DIPACR Loads and Initializes the TD_ARRAY data type.
DIPAEXT Creates Teradata Analytic Functions.
DIPALL Runs all DIP scripts that appear above DIPALL on the DIP menu screen.
DIPANSI Initializes ANSI supported stored procedures.
DIPARR Creates the TD_ARRAY data type and corresponding functions.
DIPBAR Provides infrastructure to support Data Stream Architecture (DSA) Backup And Recovery (BAR).
DIPCAL Creates TD_SYSFNLIB database, if it does not already exist, and enables Teradata embedded services system functions, calendar views, and calendar macros.
DIPCCS Installs the default client character sets for the system.

Creates pre-defined translation tables for Unicode and non-English languages, including Japanese and various European languages. For more information on character sets, see Teradata Vantage™ - Advanced SQL Engine International Character Set Support, B035-1125.

DIPCDC Creates system-reserved replication groups and other infrastructure used for Teradata® Unity™ change data capture protocol for replication. This script is visible only when Teradata Unity CDC is enabled in DBS Control.
DIPCRASH Creates the database and views where crash dump information is stored.
DIPDATASET Adds support for the DATASET data type and the Avro storage format. If a user-defined data type named DATASET already exists, this script is aborted, and the Teradata DATASET type is not created. The script may be re-run after the user-defined DATASET type is removed or renamed.
DIPDB Creates all of the databases required by DIP scripts, and initializes the secondary indexes for DBC tables.
DIPDBCCMT Initializes the comment string values for DBC tables, views, and macros. Consequently, HELP statement output displays information about expected values for table and view fields, and for macro parameters.
DIPDEM Supports Database Extensibility Mechanisms that create the SYSLIB database and the supporting objects within it for managing user-created DEM objects.

DEMs include stored procedures, UDFs, and UDTs distributed as packages that can be used to extend the capabilities of Vantage.

Successful creation of the stored procedures (SQL and external stored procedures), UDFs, and use of the created table functions requires a C compiler to be available on the Teradata system.
DIPDSCSV Enables the DATASET data type CSV storage format.
DIPERR Loads error message files for storing the text of messages that Vantage components, software, and client connections generate.
DIPGEO Initializes the geospatial features of the database, creating the SYSSPATIAL spatial_ref_sys database.
DIPGLOP Enables global and persistent (GLOP) data support.

GLOP data is a type of data available to external routines. The persistence in memory of GLOP data is based on specific boundaries, such as a user role or user account.

For more information on GLOP data, see Teradata Vantage™ - SQL External Routine Programming, B035-1147.

DIPGLOP is available only with appropriate licensing. If you require GLOP support, contact your Teradata representative.
DIPJDBC Support functions for the JDBC API.
DIPJSON Enables JSON functionality in Vantage.
This script is only available after JSON has been enabled by setting a DBS control field.
DIPMAPS Creates initial system data distribution maps, in addition to procedures, tables, and views used to manage maps.
DIPMIG Runs the following 5 scripts in preparation for complete system migrations: DIPERR, DIPDB, DIPVIEWS, DIPVIEWSV, and DIPBAR.
DIPOLH Initializes the Online Help Syntax.
DIPOCES Initiates the default cost estimate statistics.
DIPPATCH Initializes standalone patch versions. Automatically executed by PUT for all maintenance and efix upgrades.
DIPPDCR Creates a centralized repository for performance data, and infrastructure to support collection and reporting of performance data.
DIPPOST Initializes objects that have dependencies on other functions and procedures that were previously created by DIP.
DIPPWRSTNS Populates the DBC.PasswordRestrictions table with the list of words disallowed within a password.
DIPRCO Finalizes the initialization of the DBC tables used for reconfiguration.
DIPRSS Adds the ResUsage tables data columns. Allows logging of system performance statistics.
DIPRTBLOP Creates ExecR table operator, which provides in-database analytics capability to users of R. R is an open-source programming language for statistical modeling and graphics. For more information on ExecR, see Teradata Vantage™ - SQL External Routine Programming, B035-1147.
DIPRUM Loads Resource Usage views and macros and enables report generation from data stored in the ResUsage system tables.
If your Teradata platform has co-existence nodes, during installation or upgrade, the identifiers for each node group should be defined in the CASE clauses of the appropriate view definitions in the diprum.bteq file.
DIPSQLJ Enables Java-based external stored procedures.
Successful creation of the external stored procedures requires that there be a C compiler on the Teradata system.
DIPSTATS For more information, see Application Programming Reference.
This script should not be run independently. It is run automatically as part of the DIPALL script.
DIPSYSFE Initializes the macros, procedures, and views that reside within the SystemFE database.
DIPSYSFNC Enables Teradata system functions and Embedded Services Functions.
DIPSYSUIF Creates infrastructure to manage user installed files (UIFs). UIFs are text, binary, or script files (such as perl, python, or operating system shell scripts) that users can install in the database.

Use the SCRIPT table operator to run these scripts, pass them arguments, and run operating system commands. For more information on the SCRIPT table operator, see Teradata Vantage™ - SQL Operators and User-Defined Functions, B035-1210.

DIPSZVIEWS Creates legacy system views infrastructure for Secure Zones feature. This script must be run at the time Secure Zones is enabled, and is usually run by Teradata Services personnel.
This script is not visible in the DIP menu unless the Secure Zones feature is enabled. Contact your Teradata representative to enable this feature.
DIPSZVIEWSV Creates Unicode system views infrastructure for Secure Zones feature. This script must be run at the time Secure Zones is enabled, and is usually run by Teradata Services personnel.
This script is not visible in the DIP menu unless the Secure Zones feature is enabled. Contact your Teradata representative to enable this feature.
DIPTDWM Creates or upgrades the database infrastructure for workload management and alerting.
DIPTDWM can also be started from the Linux command line by running /usr/tdbms/bin/tdwmdip. Running it in this way provides an interactive session that allows specification of various parameters, which cannot be specified when DIPTDWM is invoked from the DIP program.
DIPUDT Initializes the infrastructure for creating UDT objects and Period Data Type objects.
DIPVIEWS Creates the non-Unicode compliant views and macros for access to DBC objects.
DIPVIEWSV Creates the Unicode compliant views and macros for access to DBC objects, and populates all the comments for DBC system tables.
DIPXML Enables XML functionality in Vantage.

Location of DIP Scripts

DIP scripts are SQL code files with .bteq file extensions. To view the SQL code of a DIP script, you can inspect the script file itself. DIP scripts are located in the /usr/tdbms/etc directory on database system nodes:

Any output from running DIP scripts is captured to dip n.txt files, where n corresponds to the menu number of the DIP script. These output files are located in the /var/opt/teradata/tdtemp directory.