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Currently, our schema tree doesn't support external databases, external schemas and external tables for Amazon Redshift. Extraction code needs to be modified to handle these. The external schema should not show up in the current schema tree. The attached patch filters this out. We need to create a separate area just for external databases, schemas and tables. The patch sets this up.
This is going to be the layout for the external objects in the tree. Attached is a patch to build the tree objects with extraction code. Right clicking on the objects should allow the following commands:
These commands will need to be added in the code. The underlying gui menu's will need to be created to support the features for each object (databases, schemas and tables) based on the available features found in the Amazon documentation. Additionally, we will need to provide the underlying code to support the scripting features mentioned above. This includes Schema Script Generator. Remember, that external tables are stored in Amazon s3 buckets and are read only. This therefore limit the operations available.