Flexmonster supports many popular data sources, including CSV, JSON, SQL databases, etc. This is an overview of the guides for different data sources.
Flexmonster can handle local and remote JSON files, as well as inline JSON data. See how to use this data source in the section about JSON.
You can load data to Flexmonster either from a local or remote CSV file. Our CSV section will guide you through the connection process.
Flexmonster supports the most popular SQL databases: MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL, and Oracle. For more information, see this overview article.
Flexmonster Data Server is a server-side solution for loading datasets from JSON/CSV files and relational databases. Check out our detailed guides that cover different specifics of the Data Server usage.
You can connect to this database using Flexmonster MongoDB Connector – our server-side utility. Learn how to use it in our documentation.
Flexmonster supports two ways of connecting to Analysis Services: via XMLA and Flexmonster Accelerator – our tool designed to increase the data loading speed. Learn more about both approaches in the section about Microsoft Analysis Services.
Connecting to any data source is possible with the custom data source API. It is our custom communication protocol for fetching aggregated data from a server to Flexmonster. For details, refer to our guides.
To learn how to use Flexmonster with the Elasticsearch data source, see our guide on Elasticsearch.
You can connect to Pentaho Mondrian using either XMLA or Flexmonster Accelerator. Refer to our documentation for details.
If your data source is not mentioned above, visit the article about other data sources. It describes different options for connecting to any data source.