The DBA uses the Teradata Query Scheduler Administrator to enable the scheduled request feature, set up user profiles, and setup time frames in which schedule requests are executed by Teradata QS.
Note: The TDWM database is shared by Teradata Dynamic Workload Manager (Teradata DWM). However, Teradata QS maintains its own tables within the TDWM database. For more information about Teradata DWM, see Teradata Dynamic Workload Manager User Guide (B035‑2513).
In prior versions of Teradata QS (Teradata DQM), the DBA used the administrator components to create and manage Teradata Database rules. This function has been moved to Teradata DWM. Using the Teradata DWM, the DBA can set up rules that manage database access, increase database efficiency, and enhance workload capacity. Two types of flexible rules can be created that examine logon and query requests, and that can reject or delay query requests.