JDBC Driver Name
Required. Select the JDBC driver to use.
Required. Host that SQL Server is running on.
Default is localhost.
Required. Port that SQL Server is listening to. If the port number is specified in the connection string, no request to SQLbrowser is made. When the Port and Instance Name are both specified, the connection is made to the specified port. However, the Instance Name is validated and an error is thrown if it does not match the port.
Default is 1433.
Optional. Indicates which SQL authentication method will be used for the connection. Use 'SQL Login' to connect to a SQL Server using username and password properties. Use 'Active Directory Password' to connect to an Azure SQL Database/Data Warehouse using an Azure AD principal name and password.
Default is SQL Login.
Optional. User identity for connecting to the specified database.
Optional. Password to use to connect to the specified database.
Optional. A list of arbitrary string key/value pairs as connection arguments. These arguments will be passed to the JDBC driver as connection arguments for JDBC drivers that may need additional configurations.
Required. Name used to uniquely identify this source for lineage, annotating metadata, etc.
Required. SQL Server database name.
Required. The SELECT query to use to import data from the specified table. You can specify an arbitrary number of columns to import, or import all columns using *. The Query should contain the ‘$CONDITIONS’ string. For example, ‘SELECT * FROM table WHERE $CONDITIONS’. The ‘$CONDITIONS’ string will be replaced by Split-by Field Name field limits specified by the bounding query. The ‘$CONDITIONS’ string is not required if Number of Splits to Generate is set to 1.
Required. Bounding Query should return the minimum and maximum of the values of the Split-by Field Name field. For example,
SELECT MIN(id),MAX(id) FROM table. Not required if Number of Splits to Generate is set to 1.
Split-By Field Name
Field Name which will be used to generate splits. Not required if Number of Splits to Generate is set to one.
Number of Splits to Generate
Number of splits to generate.
Default is 1.
Optional. SQL Server instance name to connect to. When it is not specified, a connection is made to the default instance. For the case where both the instanceName and port are specified, see the notes for port. If you specify a Virtual Network Name in the Server connection property, you cannot use instanceName connection property.
Optional. Number of seconds to wait before a timeout has occurred on a query. The default value is -1, which means infinite timeout. Setting this to 0 also implies to wait indefinitely.
Default is -1.
Optional. Time in seconds to wait for a connection to the server before terminating the attempt and generating an error.
Default is 0.
Optional. Whether to encrypt data sent between the client and server for encrypted database columns in the SQL server.
Default is Disabled.
Optional. Whether to encrypt all data sent between the client and server. This requires that the SQL server has a certificate installed.
Default is No.
Trust Server Certificate
Optional. Whether to trust the SQL server certificate without validating it when using SSL encryption for data sent between the client and server.
Default is No.
Optional. Used to identify the specific workstation in various SQL Server profiling and logging tools.
Optional. Name or network address of the SQL Server instance that acts as a failover partner.
Optional. Network packet size in bytes to use when communicating with the SQL Server.
Default is -1.
Optional. Language to use for SQL sessions. The language determines datetime formats and system messages. See sys.syslanguages for the list of installed languages.