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Connect Discord messages and Elasticsearch in our serverless environment

Use this template to Get Discord messages using them to insert rows into Elasticsearch table.


Get Discord messages

Used integrations:
class DiscordSourceGetMessages {
async init() {
// TODO: Create your discord credential
// More info at
this.discordClient = await yepcode.integration.discord(

async fetch(publish, done) {
// TODO: Customize your discord channel id
// See how to find channel id at:
const channelId = "your-discord-channel-id";
const channel = await this.discordClient.channels.fetch(channelId);
const messages = await channel.messages.fetch({
limit: 10

for (const message of messages) {
await publish(message);

async close() {

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Insert rows into Elasticsearch table

Used integrations:
class ElasticsearchTargetInsert {
async init() {
// TODO: Create your clickhouse credential
// More info at
this.elasticsearch = yepcode.integration.elasticsearch(

async consume(item) {
// TODO: Map your item to row
await this.elasticsearch.index({
index: "your_table_name",
document: item,

async close() {}

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