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sql.to() function

sql.to() writes data to an SQL database.

Function type signature
(
    <-tables: stream[A],
    dataSourceName: string,
    driverName: string,
    table: string,
    ?batchSize: int,
) => stream[A]
For more information, see Function type signatures.

Parameters

driverName

(Required) Driver used to connect to the SQL database.

Supported drivers:

  • bigquery
  • hdb
  • mysql
  • postgres
  • snowflake
  • sqlite3 (Does not work with InfluxDB OSS or InfluxDB Cloud)
  • sqlserver
  • vertica, vertigo

dataSourceName

(Required) Data source name (DNS) or connection string used to connect to the SQL database.

table

(Required) Destination table.

batchSize

Number of parameters or columns that can be queued within each call to Exec. Default is 10000.

If writing to SQLite database, set the batchSize to 999 or less.

tables

Input data. Default is piped-forward data (<-).


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