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Oracle NetSuite SuiteQL records to Azure Blob CSV file

Get records from Oracle NetSuite SuiteQL using them to create CSV file entries in Azure Blob Container

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Get records from Oracle NetSuite SuiteQL

Used integrations:
class AxiosOauth10ASourceOracleNetsuiteSqlQuery {    async init() {        // TODO: Create your axios oauth10a credential with netsuite information:        // More info at https://docs.yepcode.io/integrations/axios-oauth-10-a#credential-configuration        // To get your Netsuite credentials, see the help topic Getting Started with Token-based Authentication (https://system.netsuite.com/app/help/helpcenter.nl?fid=section_4247337262.html)        // More info at: https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/saas/netsuite/ns-online-help/section_161942084079.html        // You should get this parameters: consumer_key, consumer_secret_key, token, token_secret and realm        // Check this documentation to build the base url (https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/saas/netsuite/ns-online-help/section_1546938065.html)        // It should be something like: https://demo123.suitetalk.api.netsuite.com/services/rest/record/v1/        this.axiosClient = yepcode.integration.axiosOauth10a(            "your-axios-oauth-10-a-oracle-netsuite-credential-name"        );    }    async fetch(publish, done) {        // TODO: Check SuiteQL docs to know how to write this SQL query        // https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/saas/netsuite/ns-online-help/section_156257770590.html        const suiteQLQuery = `      SELECT        employee.entityid AS entityidRAW,        employee.firstname AS firstnameRAW,        employee.lastname AS lastnameRAW      FROM        employee      WHERE        employee.expenselimit >= 5000      `;        // Max limit value is 1000        const limit = 1000;        let offset = 0;        let hasMore = true;        while (hasMore === true) {            const {                data: {                    sqlResult                },            } = await this.axiosClient.post(                `query/v1/suiteql?limit=${limit}&offset=${offset}`,                this.buildSQLQueryBody(suiteQLQuery)            );            for (const item of sqlResult.items) {                await publish(item);            }            hasMore = sqlResult.hasMore;            offset = offset + limit;        }        done();    }    async close() {}    buildSQLQueryBody(suiteQLQuery) {        const sanitizedQuery = suiteQLQuery            .replace(/\t/g, " ")            .replace(/\r?\n|\r/gm, "");        return `{"q": "${sanitizedQuery}" }`;    }}

Create CSV file entries in Azure Blob Container

Used integrations:
class AzureBlobTargetUploadCsv {    async init() {        // TODO: Create your azure blob credential        // More info at https://docs.yepcode.io/integrations/azure-blob/#credential-configuration        this.azureBlob = yepcode.integration.azureBlob(            "your-azure-blob-credential-name"        );        // TODO: customize the container name and blob name to upload        // // More info at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/javascript/api/@azure/storage-blob/blobserviceclient?view=azure-node-latest#@azure-storage-blob-blobserviceclient-getcontainerclient        const containerClient = this.azureBlob.getContainerClient("container-name");        const blockBlobClient = containerClient.getBlockBlobClient("blob-name");        // Transforms the items into a csv format        this.stringifier = csv.stringify({            delimiter: ",",        });        this.upload = blockBlobClient.uploadStream(this.stringifier);    }    async consume(item) {        // TODO: customize the csv row to create from your item content        const csvRow = [item.value, item.text];        this.stringifier.write(csvRow);    }    async close() {        this.stringifier.end();        await this.upload;    }}

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