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Alternative variants #
target-snowflake are available.
This document describes the
Alternative variants are:
Standalone usage #
Install the package using pip:
pip install git+https://gitlab.com/meltano/target-snowflake.git
For additional instructions, refer to the README in the repository.
View the Meltano-specific
target-snowflake instructions to learn more.
target-snowflake requires the
of the following settings:
Account Name in Snowflake (https://XXXXX.snowflakecomputing.com)
The username you use for logging in
The password you use for logging in
Role to be used for loading the data, e.g.
LOADER. Also this role is GRANTed usage to all tables and schemas created
The name of the Snowflake database you want to use
The name of the Snowflake warehouse you want to use
$MELTANO_EXTRACT__LOAD_SCHEMA will expand to the value of the
load_schema extra for the extractor used in the pipeline, which defaults to the extractor’s namespace, e.g.
tap-gitlab. Values are automatically converted to uppercase before they’re passed on to the plugin, so
Batch Size (
The number of records sent to Snowflake at a time.
Timestamp Column (
Name of the column used for recording the timestamp when Data are uploaded to Snowflake.
Looking for help? #
If you're having trouble getting the
target-snowflake target 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
Found an issue on this page? #
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