ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Server support connections to Teradata Vantage.
For ArcGIS releases prior to 10.9 and ArcGIS Pro 2.8, see the system requirements on the ArcGIS Desktop website.
Visit Esri Technical Support for information on the Esri Supported Environment Policy.
The following Teradata Vantage releases are supported with ArcGIS. Service packs on these releases are supported but not certified.
Vantage Advanced SQL Engine 17.10
Vantage Advanced SQL Engine 17.0
- ODBC connections must use Teradata session mode and Native Large Object Support.
- Geodatabase functionality is not supported with Teradata.
- All spatial columns must be named, or aliased to, SHAPE for ArcGIS to recognize it as a spatial column in the table.
- Teradata is not supported as a data store item in an ArcGIS Enterprise portal.
See Requirements for using ArcGIS with databases in the cloud for information on support for database services and databases deployed in the cloud.
Software required to connect to a DBMS
Your client machine (for example, the one running ArcGIS Pro or ArcGIS Server) must have the appropriate database client files installed for the RDBMS you are using. These client files are available from their respective RDBMS vendors. See Database clients for more information.