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Tinybird to Oracle NetSuite journal entries

Get Tinybird CSV endpoint entries using them to create journal entries using Oracle NetSuite API


Get Tinybird CSV endpoint entries

Used integrations:
class AxiosSourceTinybirdGetEndpoint {    async init() {        // TODO: Create your axios credential with tynibird information:        // More info at        // baseUrl:        // HTTP Headers: { "Authorization": "Bearer your-read-token" }        this.axiosClient = yepcode.integration.axios(            "your-tinybird-credential-name"        );    }    async fetch(publish, done) {        // TODO: Customize your request checking the API documentation:        //        this.axiosClient            .get("/pipes/your_end_point_name.csv", {                responseType: "stream",            })            .then(({                data            }) => {                data                    .pipe(                        csv.parse({                            trim: true,                            columns: true,                            delimiter: ",",                            skip_empty_lines: true,                        })                    )                    .on("data", publish)                    .on("end", done);            });    }    async close() {}}

Create journal entries using Oracle NetSuite API

Used integrations:
class AxiosOauth10ATargetOracleNetsuiteCreateJournalEntries {    async init() {        // TODO: Create your axios oauth10a credential with netsuite information:        // More info at        // To get your Netsuite credentials, see the help topic Getting Started with Token-based Authentication (        // More info at:        // You should get this parameters: consumer_key, consumer_secret_key, token, token_secret and realm        // Check this documentation to build the base url (        // It should be something like:        this.axiosClient = yepcode.integration.axiosOauth10a(            "your-axios-oauth-10-a-oracle-netsuite-credential-name"        );    }    async consume(item) {        // TODO: Customize your request checking the API documentation:        //        //        await`/journalEntry`, {            // TODO: Map item attributes to journal entry fields            //            accountingBook: item.accountingBook,            accountingBookDetail: item.accountingBookDetail,            approvalStatus: {                id:,                refName: item.refName,            },            // complete your fields        });    }    async close() {}}

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