Teradata SQL Error and Failure Codes from Error 7576 To 7584

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7576 Numeric overflow in UDF/XSP/UDM involving result argument for %TVMID.%FLDID.
Explanation: This error indicates that the UDF/XSP/UDM has produced a result that is out of range for the given
returned data type. All FLOAT, DECIMAL, DATE (TIMESTAMP etc.) and INTERVAL types will get this error if they produce
a value that is not with in the valid range of the type it is returning. For example a DECIMAL(2,1) can only return values
between -99.9 and 99.9. Anything outside of that range will produce this error. In a like manner DATE and
TIMESTAMP types must produce a valid timestamp. For example the month must be in the range of 1-12. The day of the
month must be in the valid range for the given month and so on. For INTERVAL types the value must conform to the precision
of the defined INTERVAL. For example INTERVAL YEAR(2) can only return an interval between -99 and 99 years.
Generated By: The interpretative instruction processor.
For Whom: End User.
Remedy: Resubmit the request after either fixing the UDF/XSP/UDM code or changing the returned data type to
accommodate the result.

7577 Illegal UDT access function call in UDM/UDF %DBID.%TVMID.
Explanation: The UDM/UDF attepted to call a UDT access function, but the UDM/UDF does not have either a UDT
parameter or a UDT return value.
Generated By: UDM/UDF UDT access functions
For Whom: UDF/UDM developer
Remedy: Modify the UDM/UDF. In order to use any of the UDT access functions, it must be defined to have at least one
UDT type argument or return value.

7578 Amp Down during FastPath Delete.
Explanation: During a FastPath delete, one or more amps are found to be down. The delete cannot proceed.
Generated By: FastPath delete functions in the amp subsystem
For Whom: End User
Remedy: Cancel query and bring up any down amps. If problem continues, report the problem to Technical Support or
Field Services.

7579 %VSTR. Bad UDT access function arg in UDF/XSP/UDM %DBID.%TVMID.
Explanation: The UDM/UDF/XSP passed an invalid argument to a UDT access function.
Generated By: UDM/UDF/XSP UDT access functions.
For Whom: UDM/UDF/XSP developer.
Remedy: Correct the error in the UDM/UDF/XSP code.

7580 LOBs/Large UDTs cannot be used in a Transform Method in this context.
Explanation: LOB parameters are not supported to an adhoc UDT Transform (ToSQL or FromSQL) outside of EVL, i.e.
in the bldAndExec environment. LOB context structures are not available.
Generated By: UDT sub-system.
For Whom: UDM/UDF Developer.
Remedy: The developer should correct the transform code to not use LOB arguments.

7581 LOBs/Large UDTs cannot be used in an Ordering Method in this context.
Explanation: LOB parameters are not supported to an adhoc UDT Ordering routine outside of EVL, i.e. in the bldAndExec
environment. LOB context structures are not available.
Generated By: UDT sub-system.
For Whom: UDM/UDF Developer.
Remedy: The developer should correct the ordering code to not use LOB arguments.

7582 NULL input argument for UDM %DBID.%TVMID.
Explanation: A UDM with the TD_GENERAL parameter passing style cannot pass NULL input arguments to the function.
Generated By: EVL modules.
For Whom: End user or UDM developer.
Remedy: Either redesign the UDM to accept NULL input arguments or make sure the UDM is not passed any NULL
arguments.

7583 The secure mode processes had a set up error.
Explanation: In an attempt to execute a UDF or XSP (External Stored Procedure) the system ran into a possible resource
problem. Check the system log for error 7820 for more specific information.
This could be as a result of not allocating enough resources in the operating system, such as sempahore/event handlers.
Not enough system disk space for shared memory requirements, or access violations to needed directories.
In some cases the concurent limits for secure server tasks might be set too high and the site will have to reduce the values or
add additional resources to the system, such as system disk. In other cases it might require the resource limits to be
increased to a higher value if not already at the maximum.
Generated By: AMP Software (AWTMain)
For Whom: Site support representative

7584 The secure mode processes are not running; cannot execute UDF.
Explanation: In order to execute a User Defined Function in secure mode on the system requires the UDF secure process
to be running. For some reason it has not been established. Examine the system log forerror 7820 for possible explanation.
Some possible reasons are:
1: Directory paths to /tpasw/bin/udf/udfsecsrvtsk does not have the correct directory protection. This is not an issue with
a standard system unless the protections were changed manually. Follow the symbolic links starting at /tpasw. The directory
paths must have read and execute for group and other.
2: The configuration file specified a count of zero for the number of ’udfsecsrvtsk’s to set up.
3: The shared memory files cannot be accessed for some reason. Invalid access rights. If this does happen it can usually be
remedied by deleting the udfsrv directory (see the documentation for location on various platforms.)
Generated By: AMP Software (AWTMain)
For Whom: Site support representative

Above are list of Teradata Errors or Failure Codes from Error 7576 To 7584 received while performing certain operation against Teradata Database or related products.

What are Teradata Database Errors?

In general, each Teradata error message contains the following information:
• The message number.
• The message text. This text is usually returned with the message number. Some messages employ word substitution, where the word substituted represents the system-replacement of a term more specific to the occurrence.
• An explanation of how the error may have occurred.
• Generated-by text that indicates the software module which initiated the message. This field serves a diagnostic purpose for support and development personnel.
• A remedy which suggests how to resolve the condition.

Hope this was helpful.

Thanks,
SQLServerF1 Team
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