AWS Data Pipeline
Developer Guide (API Version 2012-10-29)

JdbcDatabase

Defines a JDBC database.

Example

The following is an example of this object type.

{ "id" : "MyJdbcDatabase", "type" : "JdbcDatabase", "connectionString" : "jdbc:redshift://hostname:portnumber/dbname", "jdbcDriverClass" : "com.amazon.redshift.jdbc41.Driver", "jdbcDriverJarUri" : "s3://redshift-downloads/drivers/RedshiftJDBC41-1.1.6.1006.jar", "username" : "user_name", "*password" : "my_password" }

Syntax

Required Fields Description Slot Type
connectionString The JDBC connection string to access the database. String
jdbcDriverClass The driver class to load before establishing the JDBC connection. String
*password The password to supply. String
username The user name to supply when connecting to the database. String

Optional Fields Description Slot Type
databaseName Name of the logical database to attach to String
jdbcDriverJarUri The location in Amazon S3 of the JDBC driver JAR file used to connect to the database. AWS Data Pipeline must have permission to read this JAR file. String
jdbcProperties Pairs of the form A=B that will be set as properties on JDBC connections for this database. String
parent Parent of the current object from which slots will be inherited. Reference Object, e.g. "parent":{"ref":"myBaseObjectId"}

Runtime Fields Description Slot Type
@version Pipeline version that the object was created with. String

System Fields Description Slot Type
@error Error describing the ill-formed object. String
@pipelineId ID of the pipeline to which this object belongs. String
@sphere The sphere of an object denotes its place in the lifecycle: Component Objects give rise to Instance Objects which execute Attempt Objects. String

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