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Using Teradata Tools and Utilities Access Module Programmer Guide
This guide provides detailed instructions for using the various features and a complete reference for the functions used in an Access Module. An Access Module is a software component of the Teradata client utility infrastructure that provides a block-level I/O interface to data residing on an external data storage device.
Why Would I Use this Content?
This guide is intended to help the systems and application programmers understand the functional aspects of the Access Module interface. Additionally, the guide provides information required to develop an Access Module for an I/O subsystem that is not supported by Teradata.
How Would I Use this Content?
- Functional aspects of the Access Module interface with the data connector component of a Teradata utility, such as the Data Connector APIs or the Teradata PT DataConnector operator
- Functions required from an Access Module, and the supporting data structures
- Examples showing the structure and symbol definitions required
- Sample Access Module program
How Do I Get Started?
Before you start exploring an Access Module, identify the record formats and supported operations and review the Sample Program.
References to Other Relevant Content
For information about a specific Access Module, see Teradata® Tools and Utilities Access Module Reference, B035-2425.