Technical preview function is in a state that it can be tried. The development is complete, there is documentation and there are samples, tutorials and hands-on labs as appropriate.
The community is looking for feedback on the function before declaring it stable. This feedback may result in changes to the external interfaces.
JDBC Integration Connector¶
- Connector Category: Integration Connector
- Hosting Service: Database Integrator OMIS
- Hosting Server: Integration Daemon
- Source Module: jdbc-integration-connector
- Jar File Name:
The JDBC integration connector connects to a relational database and extracts its database schema information and catalogs it as open metadata.
Figure 1: JDBC integration connector accessing a database and cataloguing its schemas in a metadata access server
It uses an embedded JDBC Digital Resource Connector to access the database.
The JDBC integration connector catalogs a database asset, database schema assets, tables, views, columns, primary and foreign keys.
Figure 2: Open metadata types used to catalog a database
If the endpoint information is available, it will also attach the connection information to access the database through the JDBC Digital Resource Connector.
Figure 3: Connection information attached to catalogued database enables consumers of the database to get access to the database contents
This connector uses the Database Integrator OMIS running in the Integration Daemon.
This is its connection definition to use on the administration commands that configure the Database Integrator OMIS.
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address: jdbc format address
catalog(optional): null or missing means catalog will not be used during querying, empty string means objects that belong to no catalog will be queried, actual value means objects belonging to specified catalog will be queried
include/exclude(optional): lists with database object names to filter out the import, no wildcards supported