DB Connector

allows to perform operations such as querying, inserting, updating, and deleting data in the database

Supporting databases

  • PostrgreSQL

Connector settings

  • Name - refers to the unique identifier. (must consist of letters (A-Z or a-z), digits (0-9), underscores (_), or dollar signs ($). However, a class name cannot start with a digit and dollar sign ($))

  • Database type - defines type of database to connect

  • URL - address of the database to connect.

  • User - username

  • Password - password

All settings should be defined as global variables. This enables the redefinition of values for new deployments.

Global variables allow the definition of different values for development, test, pre-production, and production environments.


URL is a string that depends on type of database to connect with.

URL structure:


  • jdbc - system uses Java drivers to connect to databases. Don't modify this prefix

  • db_type - database type

  • server - database server address

  • port - server port

  • db_name - database name

  • schema_name - (OPTIONAL) define schema to restrict access inside query builders




There are two types of queries:

  1. Prepared - SQL should be defined during the design phase.

  2. Dynamic - SQL should be defined at runtime.


A transaction is a set of operations for working with a database (DB), combined into one atomic bundle. It is used when it is important to perform a set of actions altogether, if each separate action does not make any sense without the others, or if the data in different places must be in a consistent state. If at least one operation from the transaction fails as an error or exception, the system cancels each transaction operation included.

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