Denodo connection reference

Learn about the fields used to create a Denodo connection with ThoughtSpot DataFlow.

Here is a list of the fields for a Denodo connection in ThoughtSpot DataFlow. You need specific information to establish a seamless and secure connection.

Connection properties

Connection name

Name your connection. Mandatory field.

Example:

DenodoConnection

Connection type

Choose the Denodo connection type. Mandatory field.

Example:

Denodo

Host

Specify the hostname or the IP address of the system. Mandatory field.

Example:

www.example.com

Port

Specify the port associated with the system. Mandatory field.

Example:

1234

User

Specify the user who connects to the system. This user must have data access privileges. Mandatory field.

Example:

userid

Password

Specify the password for the User.

Mandatory field.

Example:

pswrd234%!

JDBC options

Specify the options associated with the JDBC URL.

Optional field.

Example:
jdbc:sqlserver://[serverName[\instanceName][:portNumber]]
Other notes:

Advanced configuration.

Sync properties

Column delimiter

Specify the column delimiter character. Mandatory field.

Example:

1

Valid Values:

Any printable ASCII character or decimal value for ASCII character

Default:

1

Enclosing character

Specify if the text columns in the source data needs to be enclosed in quotes. Optional field.

Example:

DOUBLE

Valid Values:

SINGLE, DOUBLE

Default:

DOUBLE

Other notes:

This is required if the text data has newline character or delimiter character.

Escape character

Specify this if the text qualifier is mentioned. This should be the character which escapes the text qualifier character in the source data. Optional field.

Example:

\"

Valid Values:

Any ASCII character

Default:

\"

Specifies the parameters passed with the tsload command, in addition to the commands already included by the application. The format for these parameters is:

+

--<param_1_name> = <param_1_value>
--<param_2_name> = <param_2_value>

+ Optional field.

Example:
--date_time_format = %Y-%m-%d
--date_format = %Y-%m-%d
--time_format = %H:%M:%S
Valid Values:
--null_value = NULL
--max_ignored_rows = 0
Default:
--max_ignored_rows 0