Connecting to PostgreSQL server in Dataiku DSS is easy!
At a minimum you need a user and a database, as explained in the PostgreSQL guide. As a best practice, we recommend using schemas in order to administer multiple projects within a database. For example:
This sample code creates the user
matthieu, with password
Password, and grants this user all privileges (can create and delete tables) on the
dku_churn schema in the
dku_tshirt_admin has been granted all privileges on the
dku_tshirt schema in the
Finally you need to establish a connection between Dataiku DSS and your PostgreSQL database, following the instructions given in the documentation. However, note that only the Dataiku DSS Administrator has permissions to do this. If you do not have this role, you should contact the person in charge!
Log in as the Dataiku DSS Administrator, and from the Admin Tools menu in the top navigation bar, choose Administration.
Navigate to the Connections tab and click New Connection > PostgreSQL.
Finally, fill in the information required for the connection. Don’t forget to give a name to your connection! but beware, you can’t change it afterwards.
You can then test and create your PostgreSQL connection.
After creating your connection, if you are connecting to a pre-existing PostgreSQL database, you can create a Dataiku DSS dataset for every table in the database.