The Teradata QS Administrator is a Windows-based GUI (graphical user interface) that
allows the DBA to set up and manage these Teradata QS features:
Enable or disable scheduled requests.
Create, delete, or modify time periods (called execution time frames) when scheduled
requests are executed by Teradata QS.
Create, delete, or modify workgroups that equitably distribute resources and scheduled
requests workloads during execution time frames.
Create, delete, or modify the locations where scheduled request results files are
stored and accessed by all Teradata QS servers.
Create, delete, or modify sets of scheduled request attributes (called profiles) for
users, accounts, DBS roles, and DBS profiles.
View, execute, cancel, immediately submit, abort, delete, or modify scheduled SQL
requests and jobs to avoid adversely affecting a Teradata Database during prime usage
View Teradata QS scheduled request server status.
Configure the behavior of scheduled requests using profiles.
See Chapter 5: “Use the Teradata QS Administrator” to learn how to use these features. For detailed descriptions of the controls in
this interface, see Chapter 3: “Navigate Teradata QS Administrator.”
Teradata QS has a view-only mode that allows users to log on without being an administrator.
In view-only mode, the user can view Teradata QS settings, but cannot make changes.
For more information on logging on in view-only mode, see “Open the Teradata Query Scheduler Administrator” on page 35. For a detailed description of the functionality of Teradata QS in view-only mode,
see “View-Only Mode” on page 51.