Relational connections can be configured to leverage your enterprise Single Sign-On (SSO) infrastructure for authentication. Additional configuration is required. For more information, see Enable SSO for Relational Connections.
Reading or writing over TLS/SSL
Writing Reading or writing over TLS/SSL to a relational datastore may fail with an error message in the data service data service log similar to the following:
The server selected protocol version TLS11 is not accepted by client preferences [TLS12, SSL20Hello]
In this case, TLS11 :
- External libraries referenced by the data service may use TLS/SSL protocols of their own choosing.
- These libraries are included during initialization of the data service.
- The listed protocol (TLSv1.1) is a version of the TLS protocol that is no longer supported.
You can configure the platform to override the default protocols supported by Java 8 and to instead use the set of protocols listed in platform configuration.
D s config
Locate the following parameter and set it to
When set to
true, the following parameter instructs the data service to use the protocols listed in Admin Settings page instead. Set this parameter to
falsethe Trifacta platform. Does not include TLS 1.1
(default) Supported HTTPS protocols are defined by
Supported HTTPS protocols are defined by the
D s platform
Locate the following parameter:
. Includes TLS 1.1
Tip: You can enter any TLS/SSL protocol supported by Java 8
in the above. Other protocols are likely to cause read/write failures.
In this case, you can add the missing protocol to the list, as in the following example:
- Save your changes and restart the platform.