Add an Oracle database connection

You can add a connection to an Oracle database using ThoughtSpot DataFlow.

Follow these steps:

  1. Click Connections in the top navigation bar.

  2. In the Connections interface, click Add connection in the upper right corner.

  3. In the Create Connection interface, select the Connection type.

  4. After you select the Oracle Connection type, the rest of the connection properties appear.

    See Connection properties for details, defaults, and examples.

    Connection name

    Name your connection.

    Connection type

    Choose the Oracle connection type.


    Specify the hostname or the IP address of the Oracle system.


    Specify the port associated to the Oracle system.


    Specify the user id that will be used to connect to the Oracle system. This user should have necessary privileges to access the data in the databases.


    Specify the password for the User.

    Service name

    This is the TNS alias that you give when you remotely connect to your database. You can find it in the Tnsnames.ora file. It can be the same as the SID. You can also give it any other name you want.

    Enter password/Fetch password from vault

    Select whether to enter password or fetch and use the password you have stored in external vault providers (e.g. AWS Secrets Manager).

    Vault provider

    Select the name of your external vault provider.

    Secrets manager region

    Region of the AWS account where secret manager is defined.

    Secret name or ARN

    If user trying to access using two different accounts, then the value to be given here is a fully qualified Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the secret.

    Remote role ARN

    If user trying to access using two different accounts, then the value to be given here is a remote role Amazon Resource Name (ARN) where secret manager is not defined.

    Key name in secret

    Key name given for the secret, to get its value.

    AD user

    Enable this option to use single sign-on and multi-factor authentication to avoid security breach.

    JDBC options

    Specify the options associated with the JDBC URL.

  5. Click Create connection.

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