You can use the Elasticsearch JDBC driver to access Elasticsearch data from SQuirreL SQL.
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- SQuirreL SQL version 4.0.0 or higher
- Elasticsearch SQL JDBC driver
To add the Elasticsearch JDBC driver, use Windows > View Drivers menu (or Ctrl+Shift+D shortcut):
Select Elasticsearch profile from the
Drivers panel on the left-hand side (if it is missing check the SQuirreL SQL version or add a new entry to the list through the ‘+’ button in the upper left corner):
Select the Extra Class Path tab and Add the JDBC jar. Name the connection and List Drivers to have
Class Name populated if it is not already filled-in :
The driver should now appear in the list with a blue check mark next to its name:
Add a new connection or in SQuirreL terminology an alias using the new driver. To do so, select the Aliases panel on the left and click the
Name the new alias and select the
Elasticsearch driver previously added:
The setup is completed. Double check it by clicking on Test Connection.
The connection should open automatically (if it has been created before simply click on Connect in the Alias panel). SQuirreL SQL can now issue SQL commands to Elasticsearch:
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