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Yellowbrick Data Warehouse connection properties

When you set up a Yellowbrick Data Wareouse connection, you must configure the connection properties.
The following table describes the Yellowbrick Data Warehouse connection properties:
Connection property
Connection Name
Name of the connection.
Optional. Description that you use to identity the connection.
Select Yellowbrick as the connection type.
Runtime Environment
Name of the runtime environment where you want to run the tasks.
Name of the Yellowbrick Data Warehouse that you want to connect to.
Host Name
Hostname or IP address of the Yellowbrick server.
Password for the Yellowbrick Data Warehouse.
Port No
Port number of the Yellowbrick Data Warehouse.
Schema Name
Name of the schema. Required if you select Specified for Schema Policy.
Schema Policy
Policy for naming the schemas for tables.
Select one of the following options:
  • - None
  • - Specified
  • - FromImport: Not applicable
User Name
User name for the Yellowbrick Data Warehouse.
Secure Connection
Select this option to use TLS to secure the communication with Yellowbrick.
Default is false.
Secure CA Cert
Use the name of the custom PEM-encoded certificate file or the name and password of the JKS keystore file to customize trust with secure communications. The name and password of the JKS keystore file must be in the following format:
If a file name is not specified, use the following fallback root CA certificate file:
Windows: %APPDATA%\postgresql\root.crt
If the file exists, it will be treated the same as a specified Secure CA Certificate file. For more information, see the Yellowbrick Documentation Library.
Secure Disable Trust
Select this option to disable the SSL and TLS trust when you use a secured connection.
Default is false.