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PostgreSQL to Google BigQuery

Read rows from PostgreSQL table using them to insert rows into Google BigQuery table

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Read rows from PostgreSQL table

Used integrations:
class PostgresSourceSelect {    async init() { // initialize your postgres client        this.postgresPool = yepcode.integration.postgres("your-postgres-credential-name");    }    async fetch(publish, done) { // customize your sql query        const {            rows        } = await this.postgresPool.query("SELECT * FROM your_schema.your_table LIMIT 10");        for (const row of rows) {            await publish(row);        }        done();    }    async close() {        await this.postgresPool.end();    }}

Insert rows into Google BigQuery table

Used integrations:
class GoogleBigqueryTargetInsert {    async init() { // initialize a Google BigQuery client        const googleBigQuery = yepcode.integration.googleBigQuery("your-google-bigquery-credential-name");        this.rows = [];        this.table = await googleBigQuery.dataset("your-dataset").table("your-table");    }    async consume(item) { // we save the items to insert them later        this.rows.push(item);    }    async close() {        this.table.insert(this.rows);    }}

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