To start using Single Origin, there are two actions that must be taken:
- Admins must create a Single Origin Connector for their desired warehouse (Snowflake) or project (BigQuery). This connector collects metadata needed for semantic management. See Connecting to Your Data.
- Admins must either invite other members of their organization or setup a single sign-on (SSO) integration. See Manage Users.
Once a Single Origin Connector is setup and users have been invited, then each user will need to setup a Personal Connector. From here, users can import SQL queries and create entities. When importing SQL queries into Single Origin, we suggest starting with Interactive Import.
By default, each customer's sandbox will include a
SANDBOX_DEMO_DB database with a
TPCH_SF1 schema cloned from Snowflake's public sample data set. TPC-H is a widely used database benchmarking dataset. You can query the test data with the following date range: 1992-01-01 to 1999-01-01. If you are interested in more details about the datasets or interested in finding sample queries, then please visit here.
Updated 14 days ago