Table of Contents
Getting Started #
If you haven't already, follow the initial steps of the Getting Started guide:
Installation and configuration #
Using the Command Line Interface #
target-jsonlloader to your project using
meltano add loader target-jsonl --variant andyh1203
Configure the settings below using
Using Meltano UI #
- Open the Loaders interface at http://localhost:5000/loaders.
- Click the “Add to project” button for “JSON Lines (JSONL)”.
- Choose "Add variant 'andyh1203'".
- Configure the settings below in the “Configuration” interface that opens automatically.
Next steps #
Follow the remaining steps of the Getting Started guide:
If you run into any issues, learn how to get help.
These and other supported settings are documented below. To quickly find the setting you're looking for, use the Table of Contents at the top of the page.
Sets the destination path the JSONL files are written to, relative to the project root. The directory needs to exist already, it will not be created automatically. To write JSONL files to the project root, set an empty string (
How to use #
meltano config target-jsonl set destination_path <destination_path> export TARGET_JSONL_DESTINATION_PATH=<destination_path>
Include timestamp in file names (
Specifies if the files should get timestamped
How to use #
meltano config target-jsonl set do_timestamp_file true export TARGET_JSONL_DO_TIMESTAMP_FILE=true
Looking for help? #
If you're having trouble getting the
target-jsonl loader to work, look for an
existing issue in its repository, file a new issue,
join the Meltano Slack community
and ask for help in the
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