Managing existing datashares - Amazon Redshift

Managing existing datashares

Viewing datashares

View datashares from the DATASHARES or CLUSTERS tab.

  • Use the DATASHARES tab to list datashares in your account or from other accounts.

    • To view datashares created in your account, choose In my account, then choose the datashare you want to view.

    • To view datashares that are shared from other accounts, choose From other accounts, then choose the datashare you want to view.

  • Use the CLUSTERS tab to list datashares in your cluster or from other clusters.

    Connect to a database. For more information, see Connecting to a database.

    Then choose a datashare either from the Datashares from other clusters or Datashares created in my cluster section to view its details.

Removing datashare objects from datashares

You can remove one or more objects from a datashare by using the following procedure.

To remove one or more objects from a datashare
  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Amazon Redshift console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/redshiftv2/.

  2. On the navigation menu, choose Clusters, then choose your cluster. The cluster details page appears.

  3. Choose Datashares.

  4. In the Datashares created in my account section, choose Connect to database. For more information, see Connecting to a database.

  5. Choose the datashare you want to edit, then choose Edit. The datashare details page appears.

  6. To remove one or more datashare objects to the datashare, do one of the following:

    • To remove schemas from the datashare, choose one or more schemas. Then choose Remove. Amazon Redshift removes the specified schemas and all the objects of the specified schemas from the datashare.

    • To remove tables and views from the datashare, choose one or more tables and views. Then choose Remove. Alternatively, choose Remove by schema to remove all tables and views in the specified schemas.

    • To remove user-defined functions from the datashare, choose one or more user-defined functions. Then choose Remove. Alternatively, choose Remove by schema to remove all user-defined functions in the specified schemas.

Removing data consumers from datashares

You can remove one or more data consumers from a datashare. Data consumers can be cluster namespaces that uniquely identified Amazon Redshift clusters or AWS accounts.

Choose one or more data consumers either from the cluster namespace IDs or AWS account, then choose Remove.

Amazon Redshift removes the specified data consumers from the datashare. They lose access to the datashare immediately.

Editing datashares created in your account

Edit datashares created in your account using the console. Connect to a database first to see the list of datashares created in your account.

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Amazon Redshift console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/redshiftv2/.

  2. On the navigation menu, choose Clusters, then choose your cluster. The cluster details page appears.

  3. Choose Datashares.

  4. In the Datashares created in my account section, choose Connect to database. For more information, see Connecting to a database.

  5. Choose the datashare you want to edit, then choose Edit. The datashare details page appears.

  6. Make any changes in the Datashare objects or Data consumers section.

    Note

    If you chose to publish your datashare to the AWS Glue Data Catalog, you can't edit the configuration to publish the datashare to other Amazon Redshift accounts.

  7. Choose Save changes.

Amazon Redshift updates your datashare with the changes.

Deleting datashares created in your account

Delete datashares created in your account using the console. Connect to a database first to see the list of datashares created in your account.

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Amazon Redshift console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/redshiftv2/.

  2. On the navigation menu, choose Clusters, then choose your cluster. The cluster details page appears.

  3. Choose Datashares. The datashare list appears.

  4. In the Datashares created in my account section, choose Connect to database. For more information, see Connecting to a database.

  5. Choose one or more datashares you want to delete, then choose Delete. The Delete datashares page appears.

    Deleting a datashare shared with Lake Formation doesn't automatically remove the associated permissions in Lake Formation. To remove them, go to the Lake Formation console.

  6. Type Delete to confirm deleting the specified datashares.

  7. Choose Delete.

After datashares are deleted, datashare consumers lose access to the datashares.