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Teradata® Studio™ and Studio™ Express Installation Guide - 17.20

Product
Teradata Studio
Release Number
17.20
Published
September 2022
Language
English (United States)
Last Update
2022-09-23
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B035-2037
Product Category
Teradata Tools and Utilities
  1. Navigate to the directory where you downloaded the Teradata Studio Express package.
  2. Unzip the Teradata Studio Express package to your local file system.
  3. [Optional] Pre-configure connection profiles to assign at installation:
    1. In the unzipped Teradata Studio Express package, navigate to the Config directory.
    2. Edit the TeradataStudioExpressDataSources_template.config file to define the connection profiles.
    3. Save the file as TeradataStudioExpressDataSources.config in the Config directory or any other directory that is accessible by the installation process.
  4. [Optional] Pre-configure preferences to set at installation:
    If you edited and saved the TeradataExpressStudioDataSources.config file to an alternate directory location in the previous step, then save the TeradataStudioExpressPreferences.config file to this same location.
    1. In the unzipped Teradata Studio Express package, navigate to the Config directory.
    2. Edit the TeradataStudioExpressPreferences_template.config file to define the preferences.
    3. Save the file as TeradataStudioExpressPreferences.config in the Config directory or any other directory that is accessible by the installation process.
  5. [Optional] If you intend to connect to systems using Kerberos Authentication, create a krb5.ini file.
    This task is outside the scope of Teradata Studio Express.
  6. Run the Studio Express installer by typing setup.exe /s /v/qn /v"/l*v studioexp.log" followed by any or all of the following optional commands. Note that studio.log will contain a log file of the installation steps.
    1. [Optional] /v"CHECK_KERBEROS_FILE=1" /v"KERBEROS_FILE_PATH=\"C:\tmp\\"" to use Kerberos authentication.
      The KERBEROS_FILE_PATH must point to the directory containing your krb5.ini file.
    2. [Optional] /v"WORKSPACEPATH=\"C:\studio\WORKSPACEPATH\"" to use a workspace file location other than the default.
      The workspace directory contains workspace files, including the SQL project folder and log file.
    3. [Optional] /v"CHECK_PRECONFIG_FILE=1" /v"CONFIGFILE_PATH=\"C:\Temp\config files\"" to use specify the directory location of a pre-configured connection, which might include both profiles and preferences.
      When the path contains spaces, double quotes are required around the pathname.
  7. [Optional] If connecting to systems using Kerberos Authentication you must run kinit to initialize your Kerberos credential before launching Teradata Studio.