- Establish a relational database connection (to MS SQL, MySQL, or PostgreSQL)
- Export data from the connected database
Establish a relational database connection
Create a connection to MySQL.
Export data from the connected database
- From the Resources menu, select Exports to open the list of exports for your account.
- At the upper right of the Exports page, click + New export.
- In the resulting Create export panel, give the new export a meaningful name. (The Name field is required; Description is optional, for your reference.)
- Continuing in the Create export panel, select a relational database technology from the Application list: MS SQL, MySQL, or PostgreSQL.
- After you select a database application, the Connection list is populated only with existing connection resources for that database type. Select a connection (building on the example above), or click the plus (+) button to add a new connection to a relational database.
- Then, in the Query field, write the SQL statement that fetches the data that you require.
Note: Some implementations require you to specify the database name when accessing a table – for example,
SELECT * FROM salesrecords.`order`;
where salesrecords is the database name.
- Select an Export type:
- All – to export all data, always
- Delta – to export only data that has changed since the last time the data flow was run
- Once – to export only data that has not already been exported
- Test – to export only one record, intended to avoid syncing lots of data during testing
- Click preview to see sample JSON-formatted data. If the SQL query is not executed successfully, revise the Query or Export type values.
- Click Save, and proceed to access the new export within a flow.
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