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Connect Dremio and Personio employees in our serverless environment

Use this template to Read data from Dremio using them to create employees using Personio API.


Read data from Dremio

Used integrations:
class HttpSourceDremioSelect {
async init() {
// TODO: Create your http credential with dremio information:
// More info at
// Official docs:
this.dremio = await yepcode.integration.http(

async fetch(publish, done) {
// TODO: Customize your select query
// Double-quotation marks within a SQL statement need to be escaped
const query = 'SELECT * FROM path_to_your_dataset."your_dataset_name"';

// Use the SQL API to submit queries. The response contains the ID for the job associated with the SQL query
// Official docs:
const projectId = "<your-dremio-project-id>";
const {
data: job
} =`${projectId}/sql`, {
sql: query,

// Use the Job API to check the job status. Jobs final status are COMPLETED, FAILED and CANCELED
// Official docs:
const finalJobStates = ["COMPLETED", "FAILED", "CANCELED"];
let jobInfoResponse = null;
do {
jobInfoResponse = await this.dremio.get(
} while (!finalJobStates.includes(;

const {
data: jobInfo
} = jobInfoResponse;

// When the job is finished, if it's been completed, get the result from Job Results endpoint
// Official docs:
// Otherwise, show the job status
if (jobInfo.jobState === "COMPLETED") {
const {
data: result
} = await this.dremio.get(
} else if (jobInfo.jobState === "FAILED") {
publish(`Uups! Something was wrong: ${jobInfo.errorMessage}`);
} else {
publish(`The job's been cancelled: ${jobInfo.cancellationReason}`);


async close() {}

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Create employees using Personio API

Used integrations:
class HttpTargetPersonioCreateEmployee {
async init() {
// TODO: Create your http credential with devengo information:
// More info at
// baseUrl:
this.axiosClient = yepcode.integration.http(

// TODO: You need to define two env vars (
const {
data: {
} = await"/auth", {
client_id: yepcode.env.PERSONIO_CLIENT_ID,
client_secret: yepcode.env.PERSONIO_CLIENT_SECRET,
this.bearerToken = bearerToken;

async consume(item) {
// TODO: Customize your request checking the API documentation:
const response = await
"/company/employees", {
// TODO: map your fields from item
employee: {
first_name: item.first_name,
last_name: item.last_name,
gender: "male",
position: "developer",
subcompany: "ACME",
department: "IT",
office: "Madrid",
hire_date: "2020-01-31",
weekly_working_hours: 40,
custom_attributes: {
"dynamic_ {{ field uid }} ": "German",
}, {
headers: {
Authorization: `Bearer ${this.bearerToken}`,

// A new token is recieved in each request (
this.bearerToken = response.headers.authorization;

async close() {}

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