Connecting from RAD Studio
The CData FireDAC Components for Snowflake implement the standard FireDAC classes and integrate Snowflake into RAD Studio wizards. You can access the components from the RAD Studio Tool Palette and use the components alongside standard FireDAC classes like TFDQuery, TFDManager, and TFDConnection.
Connecting from Snowflake
See Establishing a Connection to connect with the Data Explorer and FireDAC Connection Editor wizards.
RAD Studio Version Support
RAD Studio 10.1 (Berlin) and above are supported.
Snowflake Version SupportThe component enables standards-based access to all Snowflake editions. You can authenticate with a Snowflake user, SSO, or SSL client authentication. After authenticating, you can execute standard SQL queries to Snowflake tables or set QueryPassthrough to use any of the available Snowflake SQL syntax. For example, you can use extended projection to project columns over semistructured data.
- See Creating VCL Applications to use the Form Designer to create a simple VCL application that queries Snowflake.
- See Writing Data Access Code to create TFDConnection objects. See Connection Definitions for other ways to create connections, with TFDManager for example.
- See Using the FireDAC Components for Snowflake-specific examples of executing prepared statements, discovering schemas, and writing other data access code.