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Webhook to MongoDB

Uses a custom Webhook to read items payload using them to insert documents into MongoDb collection


Uses a custom Webhook to read items payload

Used integrations:
    class WebhookSourceYepcodeWebhook {    async init() {}    async fetch(publish, done) {        // You need to configure a Webhook for this process, and with that you'll        // see the endpoint URL. Webhooks documentation can be found at:        //        // It you want to show a payload in webhook curl sample, add some parameters schema like this:        //     {        //       "title": "Webhook items parameters",        //       "type": "object",        //       "properties": {        //         "items": {        //           "type": "array",        //           "items": {        //             "type": "string"        //           }        //         }        //       }        //     }        const {            context: {                parameters            },        } = yepcode;        for (const item of parameters.items) {            await publish(item);        }        done();    }    async close() {}}

    Insert documents into MongoDb collection

    Used integrations:
    class MongodbTargetInsert {    async init() {        // TODO: Create your mongodb credential        // More info at        this.mongodb = yepcode.integration.mongodb("your-mongodb-credential-name");        await this.mongodb.connect();        // TODO: Customize your db and collection names        const db = this.mongodb.db("your-db-name");        this.collection = db.collection("your-collection-name");    }    async consume(item) {        await this.collection.insertOne(item);    }    async close() {        await this.mongodb.close();    }}

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