Microsoft SQL Server Connector

Connect Google Sheets to Oracle Database

About Oracle Database

Oracle is an object-relational database management system known for its scalability, logical data structure, memory caching and partitioning. It is commonly used by global enterprises for running online transaction processing, data warehousing and mixed database workloads.

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The easiest and fastest way to connect your Oracle database to Google Sheets. With Castodia, you can test the limits by analyzing stored data from relational databases, running and scheduling queries, and auto-refreshing data from a yearly basis down to a 1-minute frequency. LEARN MORE

How to Connect Oracle Database to Google Sheets

Castodia lets you pull data from your Oracle database directly into Google Sheets.

To connect your Oracle database, follow the steps below:

Step 1: Install the Castodia GSuite Marketplace Database Connector

Step 2: Create a Google Sheet and click "Add-Ons" within the toolbar section to access the Castodia Database Connector

Step 3: Two options will appear when you hover over the add-on: launch and settings. Click "Settings."

Step 4: Click the drop-down menu to access the Oracle database

Step 5: Gather and enter your database connection information. There are five components needed:

  • Database Name
  • Host
  • Port
  • Username
  • Password

Step 6: Click the "Test" button to run the database and verify your credentials

Step 7: Click the "Save" button once a green notification pops up, indicating that the add-on was successfully installed.

And that's it! Enjoy running your queries.

Use Case

Scenario

Suppose an account manager is looking to gather quarterly sales overviews to present at the company board meeting. The two main purposes of compiling data are to determine how to add value to existing accounts and to maximize all opportunities for sales within the accounts.

The account manager wants to answer three questions:

  1. Did the company meet monthly sales target of $25,000?
  2. What is the breakdown of sales per account?
  3. What insights can be derived from evaluating the Net Promoter Scores per account?

Solution

Rather than manually exporting CSV files to derive insightful analytics, the account manager can use Castodia's Database Connector to connect their Oracle database to Google Sheets, run and save important queries, and auto-refresh their data every two weeks based on their custom schedule.

To get started, install the Castodia GSuite Add-On and access a new Google sheet. Once you have connected your Oracle database, you can begin to run SQL queries.

Castodia also gives users the freedom to create custom schedules for databases. The account manager can automate quarterly data to update onto a Google spreadsheet. To do so, select certain months and days within each month to auto-refresh.


Quarterly data Castodia add-on

Next, select the "overwrite" option to ensure that a new set of data is uploaded onto the same sheet every quarter.


Overwrite Castodia

Now, let us answer the three questions:

1. Did the company meet quarterly sales target of $25,000?

Using the data pulled from the Oracle database, the account manager can visualize important information in the form of charts and graphs. This model clearly indicates a successful quarter, as the company surpassed its sales target of $25,000.


Total quarterly sales oracle

2. What is the breakdown of sales per account?

The account manager can also visualize the breakdown of accounts into a pie chart. Considering that over 50% of client accounts are individual, the account manager can recommend setting rigorous goals to help maximize opportunities and provide additional value for that revenue stream.

Account sales breakdown Castodia Oracle database

3. What insights can be derived from evaluating the Net Promoter Scores per account?

Customer satisfaction is an extremely important factor that must be taken into account for an account manager when gearing up for the next quarter. Using NPS as a key metric, the account manager can deduct areas of improvement within IRA accounts, with the lowest promoter and highest detractor percentages.

Net promoter scores per account

Connectors

All Castodia Database Connector Features

1 minute auto-refresh

1 Minute Auto-Refresh

Set refresh frequency to every day, every few hours, or every few minutes. Down to once every 1 minute

Advanced scheduling

Advanced Scheduling

Auto refresh data daily, weekly, monthly or yearly with fully customizable schedules

Intuitive UI Castodia

Intuitive UI

Run, save and schedule queries all from within Google Sheets using a clean and intuitive interface

Long query run time

Long Query Time

Run long/complex queries that take minutes to run. Fearlessly run large queries without unexpected errors

Dynamic query input

Dynamic Query Input

Use input fields to modify queries with variables that change often. Use ${YOURVARIABLE} or ${DATEOFFSET}

Query log

Query Log

Get query reports for reporting, privacy, and compliance. Keep track of queries ran

Append vs overwrite

Append and Overwrite

Choose how to auto-refresh data on your spreadsheet. Smart Overwrite prevents calculations intact

Direct SQL query

Direct SQL Query

Paste any SQL query and run them directly from Google Sheets. If it runs on your editor it will also run here

Save queries and reports

Save Queries

Save queries for later use or to run auto-refresh schedules. Saved queries work with dynamic query inputs

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