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Snowflake (Action Flow)


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The Snowflake module enables you to execute SQL commands in your Snowflake account.

Getting Started with Snowflake


  • A Snowflake account

In order to use Snowflake with Execution Management System, it is necessary to have a Snowflake account. If you do not have one, you can create a Snowflake account at

Connect Snowflake to Execution Management System

To connect your Snowflake account to Execution Management System you need to fill the Create a connection dialog as follows:

Connection name

Enter the name for the connection.


Enter the name of your Snowflake account.

For example, if the URL of your Snowflake account is then the name of your account is


Enter your username. This can be found, for example, in the top-right corner of your account.



Enter the password to your account.


Specify the database you want to use after creating the connection. For example, DEMO_DB.


Enter the schema you want to use after creating the connection, if needed. For example, PUBLIC.

The schema can be required for some SQL commands (e.g. CREATE TABLE).


Enter the security role you want to use after creating the connection, if needed.

  • To use a role, the role must have been granted to the user.

  • Only a single role can be active at a time for a user session.

Click the Continue button to establish the connection.

The connection has been established. You can proceed with setting up the module.

Execute SQL

Executes an SQL command in your Snowflake account.


Establish a connection to your Snowflake account.

SQL Command

Enter the SQL statement you want to execute in your Snowflake account.

Make sure you have set up the connection accordingly (schema, role)