Add a Snowflake Data Source to Scopum
To set up your Snowflake connection in Scopum, you need to enter your Snowflake details in the Source Settings. This can be done in 5 simple steps.
Step 1: Enter your Snowflake connection details
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Select the Connections menu item and click Add Source.
Locate and select the Snowflake icon.
Fill in the fields as follows:
Name: Choose a name for this Snowflake data source. For example ‘My Snowflake Data Warehouse’
Host (Endpoint): Enter the URL of your Snowflake account. For example: ‘scopum.snowflakecomputing.com’. Note: Entering the ‘http://' or ‘https://' portion of the URL will prevent a successful connection.
Username: Enter the username of your Snowflake database user.
Password: Enter the password of your Snowflake database user.
Database: Enter the name of the Snowflake database
Warehouse: Enter the name of the Snowflake warehouse that is assigned to the database user
Step 2: Save the target
When finished, click Check and Continue.
Scopum will perform a connection test to the Snowflake database; if successful, a Success! message will display at the top of the screen. If unsuccessful, please double-check the entered Snowflake credentials.
Note: This test may take a few minutes to complete.
Step 3: Select Source Table
From the drop-down menu select the database table where your data should come from.
Step 4: Choose sync type
Depending on the structure and size of your source data, you have two options how to sync your data.
With every sync run the entire source data set gets synced to your target.
With every sync run only new or changed data gets synced. This requires you to specify a field that is used to determine new and changed data. Most commonly this is a change time-stamp or sequential ID.
Step 5: Finish the Setup
Click Save to finish. You have just completed the setup of Snowflake as your data source.
The next step is the setup of an email service provider as your data target.