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Name, User Name, Password, Authentication Mechanism,

and Database information for a password protected connection.


These options include but are not limited to LDAP, Kerberos (KRB5), and
PASSWORD_PROTECTED.
7 [Optional] Select Save Password to save your encrypted password to disk.
If you do not save the password you will be prompted to enter one when you conne
ct to
the profile.
8 [Optional] To add or modify the JDBC connection properties:
Option Description
Add a property Click Add, select the JDBC property from the list, select the pro
perty value
to be added, and click OK.
Remove a property Select the property, and then click Remove.
9 [Optional] To configure the database cache, click Cache Properties and select
one or
more databases.
10 [Optional] Click Test Connection to test the connection.
11 Click Finish to complete the Teradata connection profile.
Creating an Aster Connection Profile
When you open the application for the first time after installation, the Quick T
our window
appears.
1 Open the New Connection Profile Wizard by right-clicking the Databases
Connections folder and selecting New.
2 Select Aster Database from the list of connection profile types, enter a Name
and
Description for the Aster connection profile, and click Next.
The wizard defaults to the Aster Embedded JDBC Driver.
3 [Optional] To use a different Aster JDBC driver:
a Select New Driver Definition.
b Select the Aster External JDBC Driver template, and then click the Jar List ta
b.
c Click Add JAR/Zip to locate the JDBC Driver JARS.
d Click OK.
4 Enter the Database Server Name, User Name, Password, Port Number, and Database
Name for the connection.
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5 [Optional] Select Save Password to save your password to disk.
If you do not save the password you will be prompted to enter one when you conne
ct to
the profile.
6 [Optional] To add or modify the JDBC connection properties:
Option Description
Add a property Click Add, select USER ENTERED PROPERTY VALUE from the JDBC
property from the list, enter the Property Name and Property Value, and
click OK.
Remove a property Select the property, and then click Remove.
7 [Optional] To configure the schema cache, click Cache Properties and select on
e or
more schemas.
8 [Optional] Click Test Connection to test the connection.
9 Click Finish to complete the Aster connection profile.
Creating a Hadoop Generic System Connection Profile
1 Open the Data Source Explorer, right-click the Database Connections folder and
select
New.

You can also click in the main toolbar. The New Connection Profile wizard opens.
2 Under Connection Profile Types, select Hadoop Generic System from the list.
3 Type a Name that helps you identify this Connection Profile definition.
4 [Optional] Type a brief Description for this specific Connection Profile defin
ition.
5 Click Next.
6 Enter the credentials required to access the Hadoop system:
a In WebHDFS Host Name, type the host name or IP address of the system configure
d
to provide access to the Hadoop systems's distributed file system.
b In WebHDFS Port Number, type the port number to use to communicate with the
Hadoop system's WebHDFS service.
c In WebHDFS User Name, type the user name with permissions to access the
WebHDFS host.
d Select HA Enabled Cluster if the Hadoop cluster has