From your Sigma account, go to Administration and Create a New API Token.
Make sure you create an API Token and not an Embed Secret; set yourself as the Owner.
After you click Create, you'll be prompted to store your API Key Secret in a secure location.
You'll need both this API Key Secret, and the associated Client ID, to complete connecting your Data Source in Select Star.
2. Check your Sigma Cloud Config
Before you leave your Sigma Administration screen, check your Cloud configuration.
3. Connect Sigma API to Select Star
Go to the Select Star Settings. Click Data in the sidebar, then + Add to create a new Data Source.
Choose Sigma in the Source Type dropdown and provide the following information:
Display Name: This value is Sigma by default, but you can override it if desired.
API Client ID: The API Client ID from step 1 above.
API Client Secret: The API Secret Token from step 1 above.
API Server: This is based on the Cloud Configuration in step 2 above. When your Cloud Configuration is AWS, you'll select https://aws-api.sigmacomputing.com/v2. Otherwise, you'll select https://api.sigmacomputing.com/v2
DB Connection: This is based on the database connection configured in your Sigma instance. If you're unsure of the details here, see step 4 below.
DB Username: This is the user associated with your Connection Details configured in your Sigma instance. If you're unsure of the details here, see step 4 below.
Click the Connect button at the bottom of the modal.
4. Verify Your Sigma Connection Details
If you're unsure about your database connection details, you can see more information from your Sigma Administration page.