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Oracle Connector - Catalog, Transform, Query, Visualize

The Oracle connector allows data to be cataloged, queried, transformed and to create tables in Oracle. This can be used to quickly and easily join data between different systems like Oracle and Hive, or between different Oracle instances.

The Oracle connector is available for the Promethium Enterprise edition. The Oracle connector is currently not available for the Free or Professional editions.

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Connect Oracle

Connecting to Oracle is fast and easy. Simply click Data Sources from the menu, then click + New Data Source. Select Oracle and enter the information for your Oracle.

Oracle connection in Promethium
Oracle Connection

Oracle connection details can be case-sensitive. Ensure that data is entered with the correct case for your Oracle.



Data Source Name

Give the MySQL connection a unique name for easy identification.


Optional. A meaningful description for this connection.

Data Source Topic

Optional. Categorize the MySQL connection. For example, Marketing.

Host Name

Enter the host name for your MySQL database. For example:

DB Port

Enter the port number for your MySQL database.


A unique name that uniquely identifies the database instance.

User Name

​Enter the username associated with your MySQL account.


Enter the password associated with your MySQL account.

What Happens Next - Finish Oracle Connection

Click the Connect button then select schemas. After successful connection and schema selection Promethium will automatically crawl and catalog data in your Oracle, then make the data easily searchable and usable.

Click Data Explorer from the menu and begin exploring the data in your Oracle Data Cloud.

Screenshot of Oracle Data Catalog Promethium
Oracle Data Catalog Promethium


Is my data moved or copied out of Oracle?

No. Your data stays in Oracle and isn't moved to Promethium.

What options are available for publishing datasets?

Datasets can be published as a view, as a table in Oracle or as a dbt model.

Is this a Production-level connector?

Yes. The Oracle connector is designed for all-sized Datasets.

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