How to Load Spatial and Non-Spatial Data into Teradatausing FME                               April 3, 2013
Who Are We?          Dave Campanas          FME Product Specialist          Dale Lutz          Co-Founder and VP of     ...
FME – Feature Manipulation EnginePowering The Flow of Spatial Data
FME – Feature Manipulation Engine   Powering The Flow of Data
FME CapabilitiesTransform Data to Use and Share                      Convert spatial data between                     hun...
Workbench:Graphical Data Flow Authoring
Poll: What is your FME level ofexpertise?
New to FME?  Getting started page:   http://fme.ly/GetStarted  Attend a weekly FME Desktop overview   webinar:   http://...
Questions are Encouraged!             We’re happy to answer any questions              you have.              To submit a...
Poll: What kind of data do youstore in your databases?
Agenda Demos     Reading and Writing – tips and tricks     Database Transformers     Supported Database functionality ...
Install Drivers    FME uses Teradata JDBC drivers – separate install    Download from (requires login):     http://downl...
Versions & Editions FME 2013 SP1 Teradata 13.1 FME Database Edition License
Poll: What frustrations do youhave with your databaseworkflows that don’t involve FME?
Reading and Writing – tips and tricks   Teradata must have a unique field   Published parameters for username/passwords...
Database Transformers SQLExecutor / SQLCreator FeatureReader Joiner ChangeDetector GeometryValidator                 ...
Practical Examples Update Spatial Table using ArcMap QA CAD data while importing                                      17
Question & Answer Period
2013 FME World Tour!                 40+ FME User Meetings                  happening world wide and                  one...
Upcoming webinarsPostGIS 2.0 – How to Improve Interoperabilityusing FME – April 24Microsoft SQL Server – How to ImproveI...
Poll: Would you like moreinformation on our freetraining options? View the offerings at:    http://fme.ly/online
We’ll Be Following Up
Thank You! For more information, please contact:  Sales     info@safe.com  Support     www.safe.com/support     (604...
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What makes a great database system even better? The ability to move more data into it and have more people able to access its data for use in their application of choice. Using the transformation capabilities of FME, we'll show you how to load spatial and non-spatial data into your Teradata database, with the ability to restructure it during the loading process. Plus, to ensure your data meets any standards or requirements, we'll demonstrate how you can easily validate and repair datasets, even prior to loading.

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How to Load Spatial and Non-Spatial Data into Teradata using FME

  1. 1. How to Load Spatial and Non-Spatial Data into Teradatausing FME April 3, 2013
  2. 2. Who Are We?  Dave Campanas FME Product Specialist  Dale Lutz Co-Founder and VP of Product Development
  3. 3. FME – Feature Manipulation EnginePowering The Flow of Spatial Data
  4. 4. FME – Feature Manipulation Engine Powering The Flow of Data
  5. 5. FME CapabilitiesTransform Data to Use and Share  Convert spatial data between hundreds of formats  Transform spatial data into the precise data model you need  Integrate multiple different data types into a single data model  Share spatial data with people where, when and how they need it
  6. 6. Workbench:Graphical Data Flow Authoring
  7. 7. Poll: What is your FME level ofexpertise?
  8. 8. New to FME?  Getting started page: http://fme.ly/GetStarted  Attend a weekly FME Desktop overview webinar: http://fme.ly/WeeklyIntro
  9. 9. Questions are Encouraged!  We’re happy to answer any questions you have. To submit a question:  If we can’t get to your question during the webinar we’ll send a follow-up email.
  10. 10. Poll: What kind of data do youstore in your databases?
  11. 11. Agenda Demos  Reading and Writing – tips and tricks  Database Transformers  Supported Database functionality  Edits and Change Detection  Putting it all together Follow-up  Webinar recording and materials
  12. 12. Install Drivers  FME uses Teradata JDBC drivers – separate install  Download from (requires login): http://downloads.teradata.com/download/connectivity/jdbc-driver  Copy .jar files into FMEplugins folder 12
  13. 13. Versions & Editions FME 2013 SP1 Teradata 13.1 FME Database Edition License
  14. 14. Poll: What frustrations do youhave with your databaseworkflows that don’t involve FME?
  15. 15. Reading and Writing – tips and tricks Teradata must have a unique field Published parameters for username/passwords Transaction Size Writer mode and fme_db_operation Spatialization Sample workspace 15
  16. 16. Database Transformers SQLExecutor / SQLCreator FeatureReader Joiner ChangeDetector GeometryValidator 16
  17. 17. Practical Examples Update Spatial Table using ArcMap QA CAD data while importing 17
  18. 18. Question & Answer Period
  19. 19. 2013 FME World Tour!  40+ FME User Meetings happening world wide and one live stream  Register at www.safe.com/worldtour
  20. 20. Upcoming webinarsPostGIS 2.0 – How to Improve Interoperabilityusing FME – April 24Microsoft SQL Server – How to ImproveInteroperability using FME – May 1Oracle Database - How to Improve Interoperabilityusing FME – June 11Recorded Webinars:http://fme.ly/webinars
  21. 21. Poll: Would you like moreinformation on our freetraining options? View the offerings at:  http://fme.ly/online
  22. 22. We’ll Be Following Up
  23. 23. Thank You! For more information, please contact: Sales info@safe.com Support www.safe.com/support (604)501-9985 ext. 278 Dale dal@safe.com Dave Dave.campanas@safe.com

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