The target-snowflake Singer target sends data into Snowflake after it was pulled from a source using a Singer tap.

Alternative variants #

Multiple variants of target-snowflake are available. This document describes the datamill-co variant.

Alternative variants are:

Standalone usage #

Install the package using pip:

pip install target-snowflake

For additional instructions, refer to the README in the repository.

Usage with Meltano #

Install Meltano, create your Meltano project, and add the target to your project as a loader:

meltano add loader target-snowflake --variant datamill-co

For additional instructions, refer to the Meltano-specific documentation for target-snowflake.

Capabilities #

Settings #

snowflake_account #

ACCOUNT might require the region and cloud platform where your account is located, in the form of: <your_account_name>.<region_id>.<cloud> (e.g. Refer to Snowflake’s documentation about Account:

snowflake_username #

snowflake_password #

snowflake_role #

If not specified, Snowflake will use the user’s default role.

snowflake_database #

snowflake_authenticator #

  • Default: snowflake

Specifies the authentication provider for snowflake to use. Valud options are the internal one (“snowflake”), a browser session (“externalbrowser”), or Okta (“"). See the snowflake docs for more details.

snowflake_warehouse #

snowflake_schema #

invalid_records_detect #

  • Default: true

Include false in your config to disable crashing on invalid records

invalid_records_threshold #

  • Default: 0

Include a positive value n in your config to allow at most n invalid records per stream before giving up.

disable_collection #

  • Default: false

Include true in your config to disable Singer Usage Logging:

logging_level #

  • Default: INFO

The level for logging. Set to DEBUG to get things like queries executed, timing of those queries, etc.

persist_empty_tables #

  • Default: false

Whether the Target should create tables which have no records present in Remote.

state_support #

  • Default: true

Whether the Target should emit STATE messages to stdout for further consumption. In this mode, which is on by default, STATE messages are buffered in memory until all the records that occurred before them are flushed according to the batch flushing schedule the target is configured with.

target_s3.bucket #

When included, use S3 to stage files. Bucket where staging files should be uploaded to.

target_s3.key_prefix #

Prefix for staging file uploads to allow for better delineation of tmp files

target_s3.aws_access_key_id #

target_s3.aws_secret_access_key #

Looking for help? #

If you're having trouble getting target-snowflake to work by itself or with Meltano, 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? #

This page is generated from a YAML file that you can contribute changes to! It is also validated against a JSON Schema used for taps and targets.

Edit this page on GitLab!