Structured Query Language (SQL) is a database language that is used in relational database management system such MySQL, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, or SQLite. Further information can be found here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SQL
Engines or database systems are provided by different companies and projects. The supported ones are listed below. Contact us if you need access to a database that is not yet implemented.
- Link: https://www.mysql.com/
- released by: Oracle
- Link: https://mariadb.com/
- released by: MariaDB Corporation Ab
- Link: https://www.microsoft.com/sql-server
- released by: Microsoft
- Options 'driver' and 'schema' are supported
- Link: https://www.sqlite.org/index.html
- released by: Hipp, Wyrick & Company, Inc., (Hwaci)
- SQLite databases can be created with tools such as https://sqlitebrowser.org/.
- To access your database, enter the path in the database field, e.g "C:\test.db".
- Do not alter properties of your database file. Otherwise your measurement might be aborted.
- Options 'user', 'password', 'server', 'driver', and 'schema' are not supported.
There are basically two modes supported: You can add data into an existing database or you can fetch data from an database.
Insert/add data to a database
- Database and Table must already exist.
- Values for all columns of an existing table must be submitted.