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Read rows from Microsoft SQL Server table using them to send WhatsApp messages using Vonage API

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Read rows from Microsoft SQL Server table

Used integrations:
class MssqlSourceSelect {    async init() {        // TODO: Create your mssql credential        // More info at https://docs.yepcode.io/integrations/mssql/#credential-configuration        const mssqlConnectionPool = yepcode.integration.mssql(            "your-mssql-credential-name"        );        this.pool = await mssqlConnectionPool.connect();    }    async fetch(publish, done) {        // TODO: Customize your sql query        const {            recordset        } = await this.pool.query(            "SELECT * FROM your_table LIMIT 10"        );        for (const row of recordset) {            await publish(row);        }        done();    }    async close() {        await this.pool.close();    }}

Send WhatsApp messages using Vonage API

Used integrations:
class AxiosTargetVonageSendWhatsapp {    async init() {        // TODO: Create your axios credential with Vonage information:        // More info at https://docs.yepcode.io/integrations/axios/#credential-configuration        // baseUrl: https://messages-sandbox.nexmo.com/v1        // username: your-vonage-api-key        // password: your-vonage-api-secret        this.axiosClient = yepcode.integration.axios(            "your-axios-vonage-credential-name"        );    }    async consume(item) {        // TODO: Customize your request checking the API documentation:        // https://dashboard.nexmo.com/messages/sandbox        const WHATSAPP_NUMBER = "14157386204"; // The WhatsApp number that has been allocated to you by Vonage.        await this.axiosClient            .post("/messages", {                from: WHATSAPP_NUMBER,                message_type: "text",                channel: "whatsapp",                to: item.to,                text: item.text,            })            .catch(console.error);    }    async close() {}}

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