Can someone please help me with the naming conventions of context variables that follow connection_parameters for a Snowflake connection.
I have created a snowflake connection in my talend job, but when i publish it to cloud, i am NOT able to select/link the snowflake connection defined in Cloud
Please refer to this online document about:TalendHelpCenter:Adding context connection parameters to the Job to see if it is what you are looking for?
I have gone through this document, but this didn't help. Since context connection parameters need to follow strict naming conventions like for salesforce context parameter for user name should be 'connection_salesforce_basic_username'. I did NOT find the such names for Snowflake connection parameters. I tried creating context parameters with names like 'connection_snowflake_userId' etc. but when i publish this job to Talend Integration Cloud, the Snowflake connection defined in the Cloud is NOT able to pass values to context connection parameters of the Talend job.
So i am looking for exact names of the context connection parameters
TIC uses very strict naming conventions for all the parameters. The syntax for native connections must start with 'Connection_<application name>_<parameter_name>'. You might want to use this only if you are using the native connectors provided by TIC.
As snowflake connection are not yet part of the native connectors, you need to use user defined parameters. the syntax for user defined parameters is 'Parameter_<parameter name>. See the link given below for details.
to use connections, create the custom component with snowflake type. I have done as follows and i am able to connect to snowflake.
TIC connection :
Tic Flow : the connection is displayed in the flow.
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