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Connect Get Slack messages and Oracle in our serverless environment

Use this template to Get Slack messages using them to insert rows into Oracle table.


Get Slack messages

Used integrations:
class SlackSourceGetMessages {
async init() {
// TODO: Create your slack credential
// More info at
this.slack = await yepcode.integration.slack("your-slack-credential-name");

async fetch(publish, done) {
// TODO: Customize your channel id
const result = await this.slack.client.conversations.history({
channel: "your-slack-channel-id",

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

async close() {}

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Insert rows into Oracle table

Used integrations:
class OracleTargetInsert {
async init() {
// TODO: Create your oracle credential
// More info at
const oraclePool = await
this.connection = await oraclePool.getConnection();

async consume(item) {
// TODO: Customize INSERT statement and map your item to row
.execute(`INSERT INTO your_table values (:id, :name)`, {
.then((result) => {
return connection.commit();

async close() {
await this.connection.close();

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