Snowflake is a cloud-based analytic data warehouse system. The Domo Snowflake Partition Connector makes it easy to bring all your data from your Snowflake data warehouse into Domo based on the number of past days provided. If you are already using Snowflake as a data warehousing solution, this connector helps you use Domo in conjunction with it to get the most from your data. Once your Snowflake data is in Domo, you can combine it with all your other Domo data to get a centralized view of your most mission-critical data. To learn more about the Snowflake API, visit their page (https://docs.snowflake.net/manuals).
You connect to your Snowflake account in the Data Center. This topic discusses the fields and menus that are specific to the Snowflake Partition connector user interface. General information for adding DataSets, setting update schedules, and editing DataSet information is discussed in Adding a DataSet Using a Data Connector.
To connect to your Snowflake account and create a DataSet, you must have the following:
The full name of your account (provided by Snowflake). For US West Region account_name, and All other regions account_name.region_id. This is the portion of your Snowflake URL immediately following https://.
Note that your full account name may include additional segments that identify the region and cloud platform where your account is hosted. The following table provides account name examples by cloud platform/region. For each row, it assumes your account name is "xy12345."
The username and password used to connect to your Snowflake host.
Connecting to Your Snowflake Account
This section enumerates the options in the Credentials and Details panes in the Snowflake Partition Connector page. The components of the other panes in this page, Scheduling and Name & Describe Your DataSet, are universal across most connector types and are discussed in greater length in Adding a DataSet Using a Data Connector.
This pane contains fields for entering credentials to connect to your (third-party tool) account. The following table describes what is needed for each field:
|Account Name||Enter your Snowflake account name. For more information, see Prerequisites.|
|Username||Enter the username you use to connect to your Snowflake host.|
|Password||Enter the password you use to connect to your Snowflake host.|
|Role||Enter your role.|
Once you have entered valid Snowflake credentials, you can use the same account any time you go to create a new Snowflake Partition DataSet. You can manage connector accounts in the Accounts tab in the Data Center. For more information about this tab, see Managing User Accounts for Connectors.
In this pane you create an SQL query to pull data from your database. You can choose a specific database table and partition column. You can also specify the number of past days you want to get data for.
|Query||Enter the SQL query to retrieve your data.|
|Warehouses||Select the warehouse containing the data you want to retrieve. The list populates all warehouses you have access to based on your credentials.|
|Databases||Select the database containing the data you want to retrieve. The list populates all databases you have access to based on your credentials.|
|Schemas||Select the database schema containing the data you want to retrieve. The list populates all schemas you have access to based on your credentials.|
|Database Objects||Select the database object containing the data you want to retrieve. The list populates all objects you have access to based on your credentials.|
|Tables||Select the database table you want to retrieve. The list populates all tables you have access to based on your credentials. If you do not select a database table, the connector retrieves your entire database schema.|
|Views||Select the view.|
|Table Partition Column Name||Select the partition column name.|
|View Partition Column Name||Select the partition column name.|
|Past Days||Enter the number of past days that you want to get data for. Value can be X, where X is a positive integer. Example: 30.|
|Date Format||Select the required date format. By default yyyy-MM-dd will be used.|
|Custom Date Format||Enter the custom date format.|
For information about the remaining sections of the connector interface, including how to configure scheduling, retry, and update options, see Adding a DataSet Using a Data Connector.