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DBArtisan でJDBC 経由でGoogle Search Results をデータ連携利用

DBArtisan のウィザードを使用して、Google Search のJDBC データソースを作成します。

CData JDBC Driver for Google Search は、データベースとしてGoogle Search results に連携できるようにすることで、Google Search results をDBArtisan などのデータベース管理ツールにシームレスに連携します。ここでは、DBArtisan でGoogle Search のJDBC ソースを作成する方法を説明します。データを直観的に標準SQL で実行できます。

Google Search Results をDBArtisan Projects に連携

Follow the steps below to register Google Search results as a database instance in your project:

  1. In DBArtisan, click Data Source -> Register Datasource.
  2. Select Generic JDBC.
  3. Click Manage.
  4. In the resulting dialog, click New.Enter a name for the driver and click Add.In the resulting dialog, navigate to the driver JAR.The driver JAR is located in the lib subfolder of the installation directory.
  5. In the Connection URL box, enter credentials and other required connection properties in the JDBC URL.

    To search with a Google custom search engine, you need to set the CustomSearchId and ApiKey connection properties.

    To obtain the CustomSearchId property, sign into Google Custom Search Engine and create a new search engine.

    To obtain the ApiKey property, you must enable the Custom Search API in the Google API Console.


    For assistance in constructing the JDBC URL, use the connection string designer built into the Google Search JDBC Driver.Either double-click the JAR file or execute the jar file from the command-line.

    java -jar cdata.jdbc.googlesearch.jar

    Fill in the connection properties and copy the connection string to the clipboard.

    Below is a typical connection string:

  6. Finish the wizard to connect to Google Search results. Google Search entities are displayed in the Datasource Explorer.

You can now work with Google Search results as you work with any other database. See the driver help documentation for more information on the queries supported by the Google Search API.