The client component includes:
End-users use the Teradata Query Scheduler Submit dialog box to submit single or multiple SQL statement requests for execution at a later date and time. They also use the Teradata Query Scheduler Viewer to manage the request results.
The Teradata QS client library has the API for the Teradata QS Viewer. The Teradata QS communications library handles socket communication with the Teradata QS server.
The DBA configures and views information about the state of the Teradata QS components in the client/server architecture from the Teradata Query Scheduler Operations utility.
The Teradata Query Scheduler Operations utility is used to manage both the Teradata QS client and Teradata QS server software programs. The DBA uses the Teradata Query Scheduler Operations tool to configure and start the Teradata QS server before end-users can schedule SQL requests.
To learn about the Teradata QS client components, see Teradata Query Scheduler User Guide (B035‑2512).