JerodJ


SQLServerCentral Article

Connect to PostgreSQL as an External Data Source using PolyBase

PolyBase is a new feature of SQL Server that allows you to connect to relational and non-relational data. You can run queries on any external data sources you might have, such as Oracle, PostgreSQL, Salesforce, MongoDB, Hadoop, etc. When paired with the CData ODBC Driver for PostgreSQL, you get access to your PostgreSQL data directly […]

2021-10-18

1,363 reads

SQLServerCentral Article

Connect to SAP HANA Data as a Linked Server

The SQL Gateway enables you to configure a TDS (SQL Server) remoting service and set up a linked server for SAP HANA data.  After you have started the service, you can use the UI in SQL Server Management Studio or call stored procedures to create the linked server. You can then work with SAP HANA data just […]

2021-09-29

718 reads

SQLServerCentral Article

Create an RPA Flow that Connects to Oracle Data in UiPath Studio

If your company uses legacy technology systems, you can use the UiPath RPA platform to extend your process automation capabilities to these systems and eliminate repetitive, error-prone tasks of manually updating them. By using UiPath Studio, you can build an RPA program just like drawing a diagram.  With the CData ODBC Driver for Oracle, users can embed Oracle data in the workflow.  Let’s […]

2021-09-24

313 reads

SQLServerCentral Article

Use SQLAlchemy ORMs to Access MongoDB Data in Python

The wide ecosystem of Python modules enables you get to work fast and effectively integrate your systems. You can use the CData Python Connector for MongoDB and the SQLAlchemy toolkit to build MongoDB-connected Python applications and scripts.  This article details how to use SQLAlchemy to connect to MongoDB data to query, update, delete, and insert MongoDB data.  Connecting to MongoDB Data  Connecting to MongoDB data is similar to connecting to any other relational database. Create a […]

2021-09-22

260 reads

SQLServerCentral Article

Prepare, Blend, and Analyze Salesforce Data in Alteryx Designer 

The ODBC Driver for Salesforce from CData provides ODBC-based access to live Salesforce data, allowing you to interact with Salesforce data in a range of BI, reporting, and ETL tools — as well as directly using SQL queries. In this article, we demonstrate how to connect to Salesforce data using an ODBC connection in Alteryx Designer to conduct self-service BI, data preparation, data blending, and advanced […]

5 (1)

2021-09-15

302 reads

SQLServerCentral Article

Use SQL Server Integration Services to Add HubSpot Contacts to MailChimp Lists

SSIS stands for SQL Server Integration Services and is a solution for building data integrations and workflow applications that integrate with SQL Server databases. As data integration processes increase in importance, organizations are looking for ways to simplify integration and manage workflows.  In this article, we'll walk you through how to design a data flow that adds new HubSpot contacts to a MailChimp list using CData SSIS Components for HubSpot and MailChimp.  Connecting to HubSpot and MailChimp  The […]

5 (1)

2021-09-03 (first published: )

516 reads

Blogs

Daily Coping 26 Nov 2021

By

I started to add a daily coping tip to the SQLServerCentral newsletter and to...

Daily Coping 25 Nov 2021

By

I started to add a daily coping tip to the SQLServerCentral newsletter and to...

3-2-1 Backup Rule for Data Protection in SQL – What Is It & Is It Relevant?

By

In the event of a disaster leading to database unavailability, restoring backups is the...

Read the latest Blogs

Forums

Connecting to MYSQL

By yrstruly

Please assist. I am having trouble connecting to MYSQL via SSIS. I would like...

Linked Server (to ODBC) connection test times out, test of ODBC is successful

By sgt1190

We have a scheduled job that utilizes a Linked Server connection that is simply...

SQL Advanced Threat Protection taking CPU resources

By Lou

Hi Experts, I’m in charge of a SQL Server in an Azure Virtual Machine....

Visit the forum

Ask SSC Logo Ask SSC

SQL Server Q&A from the SQLServerCentral community

Get answers