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Manage Connection

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TapData saves the connection information for each database using a connection, allowing you to reference it directly when creating data replication/development tasks. This eliminates the need for repetitive configuration and improves the convenience of operation and maintenance.

This article provides a guide on the common operations for managing connections.


  1. Log in to TapData Platform.

  2. In the left navigation panel, click Connections.

  3. Select the actions you want to perform.

    • Filter connections: You can quickly filter connections based on their status, connection type, database type, or search by connection name.
    • Connection test: You can test the validity of a connection to check if it is functioning properly. If any abnormalities are found, you can troubleshoot the issue by following the prompts in the dialog box.
    • Load Schema: Manually loads database schema information.
    • Edit: Modify the name and configuration information of the connection.
    • Copy: Quickly clone a connection with the same configuration based on the specified connection.
    • Delete: If you no longer need a connection, you can delete it, but keep in mind that it cannot be recovered.