Rdb - connector - collection
Defines a Connector trait, that every connector should implement. Contains the common logic, case classes and some default implementations, that may be overwritten by specific connectors and may use functions implemented in the connectors. (eg. validation)
Contains general test implementations, that may be used in connectors to test connector specific behavior. When applied on a given connector, all the test assertions should be fulfilled assuming correct implementation.
Implements the general database connector trait, and contains bigquery/mssql/mysql/postgresql/redshift specific implementation.
Creating a release
Choose the appropriate version number (you can list the tags with
git tag -l), then create and push a git tag, prefixed with
To create a signed, ful tag object:
$ git tag -s v1.2.0 $ git push --tag
To create an unsigned, ful tag object:
$ git tag -a v1.2.0 $ git push --tag
After pushing the tag, while it is not strictly necessary, please draft a release on github with this tag too.
Two of the databases used for IT tests are hosted on external services:
- Redshift on AWS
- BigQuery on GCP
Hosted on AWS. Sign in via http://sso.emarsys.com/.
It is paused at nights automatically. If you would like to use it when it stopped by default, feel free to start it anytime.