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Get files from Github repository

Used integrations:
class GithubSourceRepositoryFiles {    async init() {        // TODO: Create your github credential        // More info at https://docs.yepcode.io/integrations/github/#credential-configuration        this.github = yepcode.integration.github("your-github-credential-name");        // TODO: Customize the repo name and owner        this.repositoryOwner = "your-github-username";        this.repositoryName = "your-repository-name";    }    async fetch(publish, done) {        // TODO: Customize the path you want to obtain all files in it and its subdirectories (if has)        // It can also be a file path to only obtain one file        // If you pass undefined you will obtain the entire repository content        await this._publishPathContent("/path-in-repo", publish);        done();    }    _isFileContent = isString;    _isDirectoryInfo = isObject;    _publishPathContent = async (path, publishCallback) => {        // More info of this request at: https://docs.github.com/en/rest/repos/contents#get-repository-content        const response = await this.github.rest.repos.getContent({            mediaType: {                format: "raw",            },            owner: this.repositoryOwner,            repo: this.repositoryName,            path: path,        });        const {            data        } = response;        if (this._isFileContent(data)) {            // TODO: Customize the item to publish for each file in the repository            publishCallback({                path,                content: data            });            return;        }        if (this._isDirectoryInfo(data)) {            for (const directoryEntry of data) {                await this._publishPathContent(directoryEntry.path, publishCallback);            }            return;        }        console.error("Unexpected data type: ", response.headers["content-type"]);    };    async close() {}}

Insert rows into Oracle table

Used integrations:
class OracleTargetInsert {    async init() {        // TODO: Create your oracle credential        // More info at https://docs.yepcode.io/integrations/oracle/#credential-configuration        const oraclePool = await yepcode.integration.oracle(            "your-oracle-credential-name"        );        this.connection = await oraclePool.getConnection();    }    async consume(item) {        // TODO: Customize INSERT statement and map your item to row        connection            .execute(`INSERT INTO your_table values (:id, :name)`, {                id: item.id,                name: item.name,            })            .then((result) => {                return connection.commit();            });    }    async close() {        await this.connection.close();    }}

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