Select "Add an Account" to add a new database, or select a database you have already submitted.
The SQL module supports connections to MySQL, SQL Server, and PostgreSQL database instances.
You must supply the following information in order to connect to your database:
Database Type: MySQL, SQL Server, or PostgreSQL.
Endpoint: The publicly accessible URL for your database.
Port: The port where your database instance accepts connections.
3306 for MySQL,
1433 for SQL Server, and
5432 for PostgreSQL.
Database Name: The name of the database you want to run the query against.
User: The username to use to connect to the database.
Password: The corresponding password for the specified user.
Compose your SQL query using the Code Editor.
You can run your query by clicking the "Run Code" button, or by running your program.
Any data returned by your SQL query will be displayed as a table in the "Outputs" section.
To use output data elsewhere in your program, assign a name to each column of data you want to use. The column will then appear as a list variable in your "Variables" panel.
If your SQL server has a firewall enabled, please add the IP addresses listed in the link below to your firewall exceptions:
For information on connecting to AWS RDS, refer to the article below:
For information on connecting to SQL Azure, refer to the article below: