Data Connectors allow us to connect to different technologies as part of a service.
Data Connectors are made up of two parts: A Source and a Connector. The Source is used as the base connection to the object (like a database connection string) and the Connector is used as a resource of that connection (like a stored procedure or function).
Once the connector is created, it can be used anywhere on that server in any service.
When the Source exists at the destination – with different connection settings, e.g. local Source points to Dev_DB and destination Source is Live_DB, then do not redeploy the Source. This allows the same resource on different servers to connect to different resources.
Data can be mapped into and out of the connectors on the design surface.
This framework is continuously being added to: