Here's what you can do with to complete the lineage of your connections.
To identify the lineage across your tools from origin to destination, you will need to connect your data sources to decube. For example, if you want to see a transformation from PostgreSQL table to dbt, you'll need to have both PostgreSQL and dbt connected to see the full lineage.
It's best if you connect your data warehouses or relational databases first to decube if you haven't done so, before connecting your transformation tools or BI tools.
From the tools you've connected, we figure out the connection names referenced within your queries and list them out in the Additional Config so you can map them to existing connections within decube.
Mapping the data source connections
Once you've connected your connections, all you need to do now is to head to the My Account page and see all your connections in the Data sources page.
Head to the My Account page to see all the connected Data Sources.
Click on the Modify button on your data source. You will land on the Additional Config page below.
Example of mapping for a Fivetran connection.
Go ahead and map the connections sources to the data sources that you have added into decube. Once done, click on Save.