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Data sources management

Overview

Explains what the feature is or what its benefits are to the user or customer.

Feature

After you have successfully loaded your tables, you can check on the status of the load, make edits, and more.

You can manage your new data sources by clicking on the name of your source on the Data Sources page.
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Data sources management view

Once you have selected a data source, you have the option to perform a number of editing and maintenance tasks.

Schedule, edit, and refresh
You can select a table row and click one of the following three buttons to make changes:
  • Schedule: Opens a Scheduler menu where you can make changes to the loading schedule.
  • Edit: Takes you back to edit the data source details, such as loading another table or truncating an existing one.
  • Refresh: Refreshes the data load status.
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Schedule, edit, and refresh data sources

Restart the load

Selecting a source and clicking the Restart icon will immediately reload the data.

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Restart the data source load

View log files

You can download the session logs for a data load run. Select a table row, and click View session logs at the bottom of the page. View the log file to troubleshoot any failed loads or to simply check the log queries.

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View session logs

Delete a data source

You can delete a data source by selecting it in the Data Sources page, then clicking the Delete icon.

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Delete a data source

Attention: Do not delete the "Default" data source. It does not correspond to any connection in ThoughtSpot Data Connect. However, this source is assigned to default datasets.
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