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Google BigTable to Keycloak users

Read rows from Google BigTable using them to create Keycloak users

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Read rows from Google BigTable

Used integrations:
class GoogleBigtableSourceGetRows {    async init() {        // TODO: Create your google-bigtable credential        // More info at https://docs.yepcode.io/integrations/google-bigtable/#credential-configuration        const googleBigTable = yepcode.integration.googleBigTable(            "your-google-bigquery-bigtable-name"        );        // TODO: Customize your instance and table names        this.table = await googleBigTable            .instance("your-instance-name")            .table("your-table-name");    }    async fetch(publish, done) {        // You can customize get options. eg: get matching keys        // Look at: https://cloud.google.com/nodejs/docs/reference/bigtable/latest/bigtable/getrowsoptions        const getRowsOptions = {};        const [rows] = await this.table.getRows(getRowsOptions);        for (const rowResponse of rows) {            const [row] = await rowResponse.get();            const item = this._mapRowToItem(row);            await publish(item);        }        done();    }    _mapRowToItem(row) {        const columnsAndLastValue = Object.entries(row.data).map(            ([columnName, columnContent]) => [                columnName,                this._getLastColumnValue(columnContent),            ]        );        return Object.fromEntries(columnsAndLastValue);    }    _getLastColumnValue(columnContent) {        // The second [0] is to access the last value        // You can access previous values by accessing the next        // elements in the list        return columnContent[0][0].value;    }    async close() {}}

Create Keycloak users

Used integrations:
class KeycloakTargetCreateUser {    async init() {        // TODO: Create your keycloak credential        // More info at https://docs.yepcode.io/integrations/keycloak/#credential-configuration        this.keycloakClient = await yepcode.integration.keycloak(            "your-keycloak-credential-name"        );    }    async consume(item) {        await this.createUser(item);    }    async createUser({        firstName,        lastName,        email,        username,        password    }) {        // TODO: Customize your new user payload with your item content        // See all available options at: https://www.keycloak.org/docs-api/11.0/rest-api/index.html#_userrepresentation        const payload = {            firstName,            lastName,            email,            username,            enabled: true,            emailVerified: true,            credentials: [{                type: "password",                value: password,                temporary: false            }],        };        return this.keycloakClient.users.create(payload);    }    async close() {}}

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