App::Sqitch::Engine::snowflake - Sqitch Snowflake Engine
my $snowflake = App::Sqitch::Engine->load( engine => 'snowflake' );
App::Sqitch::Engine::snowflake provides the Snowflake storage engine for Sqitch.
Returns the Snowflake database URI name. It starts with the URI for the target and builds out missing parts. Sqitch looks for the host name in this order:
In the host name of the target URI. If that host name does not end in
snowflakecomputing.com, Sqitch appends it. This lets Snowflake URLs just reference the Snowflake account name or the account name and region in URLs.
By concatenating the account name and region, if available, from the
$SNOWSQL_ACCOUNTenvironment variable or
connections.accountnamesetting in the SnowSQL configuration file, the
connections.regionsetting in the SnowSQL configuration file, and
The port defaults to 443, but uses to the
$SNOWSQL_PORT environment variable if it's set. The database name is determined by the following methods:
The path par t of the database URI.
connections.dbnamesetting in the SnowSQL configuration file.
If sqitch finds no value in the above places, it falls back on the system username.
Other attributes of the URI are set from the
password attributes documented below.
Returns the Snowflake account name, or an exception if none can be determined. Sqitch looks for the account code in this order:
In the host name of the target URI.
connections.accountnamesetting in the SnowSQL configuration file.
Returns the snowflake user name. Sqitch looks for the user name in this order:
In the target URI.
connections.usernamevariable from the SnowSQL config file.
The system username.
Returns the snowflake password. Sqitch looks for the password in this order:
In the target URI.
connections.passwordvariable from the SnowSQL config file.
Returns the warehouse to use for all connections. This value will be available to all Snowflake change scripts as the
&warehouse variable. Sqitch looks for the warehouse in this order:
warehousequery parameter of the target URI
connections.warehousenamevariable from the SnowSQL config file.
If none of the above are found, it falls back on the hard-coded value "sqitch".
Returns the role to use for all connections. Sqitch looks for the role in this order:
rolequery parameter of the target URI
connections.rolenamevariable from the SnowSQL config file.
If none of the above are found, no role will be set.
$snowflake->initialize unless $snowflake->initialized;
Returns true if the database has been initialized for Sqitch, and false if it has not.
Initializes a database for Sqitch by installing the Sqitch registry schema.
Returns a list containing the
snowsql client and options to be passed to it. Used internally when executing scripts.
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