This node creates a connection to Amazon Redshift using the native Amazon Redshift JDBC driver. You need to provide the server's hostname (or IP address), the port, and a database name. Login credentials can either be provided directly in the configuration or via credentials set on the workflow.
This node uses the selected driver's JDBC URL template to create the concrete database URL. Field validation in the dialog depends on whether the (included) tokens referencing them are mandatory or optional in the template.
This tab allows you to define JDBC driver connection parameter. The value of a parameter can be a constant, variable, credential user, credential password or KNIME URL. For more information about the supported driver properties see the Redshift documentation.
This tab allows you to define KNIME framework properties such as connection handling, advanced SQL dialect settings or logging options.
This tab allows you to define rules to map from database types to KNIME types.
This tab allows you to define rules to map from KNIME types to database types.
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