Scripted SQL Connector for Microsoft SQL Server

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    I would like to know the integration steps of OpenIDM and Scripted SQL with Microsoft SQL Server. We see the sample for mysql – samples/scripted-sql-with-mysql. Is it just leveraging the mysql sample to connect with Microsoft SQL Server by updating the provisioner.json file and relevant groovy scripts or is there other approach to connect with Microsoft SQL Server. Please suggest.


    The key point is to get the Microsoft Java JDBC driver for SQL server, copy it in lib/ folder, and properly configure it in your provisioner file.
    => driverClassName
    => url
    => validationQuery

    That done and the TEST action working ok, you may have some MS SQL specific things vs MySQL to review in the scripts but technically speaking, this is it.

    scriptedSQL connector uses Tomcat JDBC connection pool on top of the JDBC driver.

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