Usually the Query Scheduler Viewer temporarily establishes a Teradata Database session using CLIv2 (Call-Level Interface version 2) to validate the logon parameters and find the location of an active Teradata QS server. However, if CLIv2 cannot establish a session or if there is an application that accesses the Teradata QS client library functions directly, a default Teradata QS server location can be configured. To do this, use the Teradata QS client library functions. See Changing Default Server Information for instructions.
After a default Teradata QS server is configured, begin using the Teradata Query Scheduler Viewer or the Teradata Query Scheduler Operations utility.
If working with various character sets, continue with Working with Character Sets. To learn how to start using the Teradata Query Scheduler Operations utility, go to Working with the Teradata Query Scheduler Operations Utility See Getting Started to find out more about the Teradata Query Scheduler Viewer.