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Qlik Replicate should support domain authentication for MySQL, Oracle and other endpoints, the same way it does for SQL Server.
We should be able to connect to a target without having to procure a local account or enter its password information.
Hello @DWeuste ,
Thanks for you opening the article.
Qlik Replicate supports many different types of databases, DWH, File systems, and non-RDBMS. It utilizes the database itself client/server software to establish the connection. So the connectivity behavior depends on database's architecture and the database's c/s prerequisites, it's variable among different DBs.
Microsoft SQL Server support domain authentication (within Microsoft world) however it's not same for other DBs. You may confirm the supported authentication methods for every DB from the DB itself docs.
Hope this helps.
I'm aware that not all databases support domain authentication. However, MySQL and Oracle do support it, and I am specifically interested in seeing Replicate provide the ability to leverage the feature for those two database types.
Is there a roadmap or plan for Replicate to support this feature on either of these RDBMS's? What is the timeline?
- Dave W
Hello Dave W,
Thanks for the update. Let's wait for PM team feedback.
Hi John thank you for the responses. When you say the PM team will give feedback -- would they post to this forum? How long does it normally take for them to respond?
This is the correct place - PM Team will update us.
I just want to add a comment as I just did a sanity test around the encrypted binlogs.
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