The tap-zoom Meltano extractor pulls data from Zoom that can then be sent to a destination using a loader.

Alternative variants #

Multiple variants of tap-zoom are available. This document describes the default mashey variant, which is recommended for new users.

Alternative variants are:

Getting Started #

Prerequisites #

If you haven't already, follow the initial steps of the Getting Started guide:

  1. Install Meltano
  2. Create your Meltano project

Known limitations #

Note that the Start Date is not available as the API does not support incremental replication.

Zoom also appears to “expire” meetings and webinars over time, making them unavailable to the API. Make sure your data lands in a trusted destination, as it may be the only place it eventually becomes available.

Installation and configuration #

  1. Add the tap-zoom extractor to your project using meltano add :

    meltano add extractor tap-zoom
  2. Configure the settings below using meltano config .

Next steps #

Follow the remaining steps of the Getting Started guide:

  1. Select entities and attributes to extract
  2. Add a loader to send data to a destination
  3. Run a data integration (EL) pipeline
If you run into any issues, learn how to get help.

Capabilities #

These capabilities can also be overriden by specifying the capabilities key in your meltano.yml file.

Settings #

tap-zoom requires the configuration of one of the following groups of settings:

The settings for extractor tap-zoom that are known to Meltano are documented below. To quickly find the setting you're looking for, use the Table of Contents at the top of the page.

You can override these settings or specify additional ones in your meltano.yml by adding the settings key. Please consider adding any settings you have defined locally to this definition on MeltanoHub by making a pull request to the YAML file that defines the settings for this extractor.

JSON Web Token (jwt) #

Your Zoom JSON Web Token. The JWT is likely the easiest option for tap users. Configure the JWT with a very long expiry so it does not expire.

See https://marketplace.zoom.us/docs/guides/auth/jwt.

How to use #

Manage this setting using meltano config or an environment variable:

meltano config tap-zoom set jwt <jwt>

export TAP_ZOOM_JWT=<jwt>

Client ID (client_id) #

Your Zoom Client ID - example from docs: 7lstjK9NTyett_oeXtFiEQ. See the Zoom OAuth App Credentials documentation for more information.

See https://marketplace.zoom.us/docs/guides/auth/oauth.

How to use #

Manage this setting using meltano config or an environment variable:

meltano config tap-zoom set client_id <client_id>

export TAP_ZOOM_CLIENT_ID=<client_id>

Client Secret (client_secret) #

The Zoom Client Secret that is generated when app credentials are created. See the Zoom OAuth App Credentials documentation for more information.

See https://marketplace.zoom.us/docs/guides/auth/oauth.

How to use #

Manage this setting using meltano config or an environment variable:

meltano config tap-zoom set client_secret <client_secret>

export TAP_ZOOM_CLIENT_SECRET=<client_secret>

Refresh Token (refresh_token) #

The Zoom Refresh Token that is provided after successfully authenticating with Zoom. See the Zoom OAuth Access Token Request documentation for more information.

See https://marketplace.zoom.us/docs/guides/auth/oauth.

How to use #

Manage this setting using meltano config or an environment variable:

meltano config tap-zoom set refresh_token <refresh_token>

export TAP_ZOOM_REFRESH_TOKEN=<refresh_token>

Looking for help? #

If you're having trouble getting the tap-zoom extractor to work, look for an existing issue in its repository, file a new issue, or join the Meltano Slack community and ask for help in the #plugins-general channel.

Found an issue on this page? #

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