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MySQL to RabbitMQ

Read rows from MySQL table using them to send RabbitMQ messages

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Read rows from MySQL table

Used integrations:
class MysqlSourceSelect {    async init() { // initialize an mysql client        this.mysql = yepcode.integration.mysql("your-mysql-credential-name");    }    async fetch(publish, done) {        this.mysql // customize your sql query            .query(`SELECT * FROM your_table_name`).stream().on("data", row => { // map your item                const item = {                    ...row                };                publish(item);            }).on("end", done);    }    async close() {        await this.mysql.end();    }}

Send RabbitMQ messages

Used integrations:
class AmqpTargetRabbitmqSendMessage {    async init() { // initialize your amq client        this.conn = await yepcode.integration.amqp("your-amq-credential-name"); = await this.conn.createChannel();    }    async consume(item) { // customize your message and queue        const queue = "tasks";        const message = `Your message content ${}`;, Buffer.from(message));    }    async close() {        await;        await this.conn.close();    }}

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