I've taken over an new/existing system, a lot (all) of the hundreds of SSIS packages were built around using the MSTERA 32 bit ODBC (MS for Teradata by Attunity ODBC Driver) and data connector built using that in VS15 SSDT/4.
Our entire system is everything 64 bit including source connections, so I can only guess the wrong d/l was pulled down early on and they rolled with it not knowing.
Now we have the need to boost the data transfer throughput to reduce overall processing time of our cubes.
The MSTERA 64 bit is also installed on the server, and I can nav to it's location on the server.
I can see in the systems good ole ODBC Data Sources 32 and 64 bit, the drivers, etc but not the one(s) for Attunity/Terdata.
I can see in SQL Server by way of dissecting the job, as well as in VS in the connection manager, where the MSTERA 32 bit driver is being used.
My question, what tool on the server do I manage to get the MS for Teradata by Attunity 64 Bit to be installed or available in the ODBC 64 drivers to select from, so that in the VS Connector manager I can select the 64 bit driver, and build and deploy my SSIS packages to use 64 bit?
(System Platform: Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard / SQL Server 2016 SP1 EE, SSIS, SSAS Tab, SSRS and TFS with VS15 as designing tool)