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JDBC Operations Command Reference

Generic BizApp for using a JDBC driver to connect to a relational database.

Connections

JDBC

JDBC connector for any JDBC enabled database. Add your .jar files and any dependencies to the connection resources.

Inputs

Input Type Detail Notes
Username TextField The username to authenticate with.
Password TextField The password to authenticate with.
Connection URL TextField The connection url. (e.g. jdbc:postgresql://localhost:5432/sample)
JDBC Drive Class TextField The class name of the JDBC jar file containing the driver for the connection. (e.g. for Postgres, the driver is located at 'org.postgresql.Driver')
Path to JDBC Driver TextField Optional: If your driver is not attached as a resource to your connection, specify the path to the JDBC driver on your runner's file system

Commands

Execute Create

Execute a CREATE statement

Inputs

Input Type Detail Notes
SQL Text/File TextField The SQL text or file to execute

Outputs

Output Output Type Notes
SQL Error Json

Exit Codes

Code Type Detail
0 Success Success
1 Error Invalid inputs were given
3 Error Failed to run the command

Execute Query

Execute a SELECT query and receive the results as a CSV.

Inputs

Input Type Detail Notes
SQL Text/File TextField The SQL text or file to execute
Delimiter DropdownField The delimiter to use for the CSV file output.
Preview Results BooleanField Check this if you would like to see a preview of the returned rows.
Statements ArrayField Optional list of statements to be executed before your query

Outputs

Output Output Type Notes
Record Count Integer
Result Set (CSV) File
SQL Error Json

Exit Codes

Code Type Detail
0 Success Success
1 Error Invalid inputs were given
3 Error Failed to run the command

Execute SQL

Execute any SQL command. If there is a result set it will be available as a file output.

Inputs

Input Type Detail Notes
SQL Text/File TextField The SQL text or file to execute
Statements ArrayField Optional list of statements to execute before your query executes

Outputs

Output Output Type Notes
Record Count Integer
Result Set (CSV) File
Records Updated Integer
SQL Error Json

Exit Codes

Code Type Detail
0 Success Success
1 Error Invalid inputs were given
3 Error Failed to run the command

Execute Update

Execute an UPDATE statement

Inputs

Input Type Detail Notes
SQL Text/File TextField The SQL text or file to execute

Outputs

Output Output Type Notes
Records Updated Integer
SQL Error Json

Exit Codes

Code Type Detail
0 Success Success
1 Error Invalid inputs were given
3 Error Failed to run the command

Get Table Definition

Retrieve the details of a table including the columns, primary keys and foreign keys in a JSON format

Inputs

Input Type Detail Notes
Table TextField The table of which to retrieve the definition

Outputs

Output Output Type Notes
Table Metadata File
SQL Error Json

Exit Codes

Code Type Detail
0 Success Success
1 Error Invalid inputs were given
3 Error Failed to run the command

Insert Records

Execute an INSERT statement. The source of the data can either be multi-lined text or a CSV file.

Inputs

Input Type Detail Notes
Table TextField The table to insert records into.
CSV Data Source TextField The CSV data to insert into the table. The columns in this data must match the same order specified in the columns input.
Delimiter DropdownField The delimiter used in the source data.
Is a file BooleanField If the data source is a file, check this box.
Includes Headers BooleanField Check this box if the source data's first row is the headers.
Columns ArrayField The list of columns that your source data will populate. Order is important and should match the CSV data source.
Value Template ArrayField Custom values declaration for the insert command. Indicate values with a "?". The number of "?"s should match the number of fields in the Target fields. You can leave this blank and they will be auto-generated.

Outputs

Output Output Type Notes
Records Inserted Integer
SQL Error Json

Exit Codes

Code Type Detail
0 Success Success
1 Error Invalid inputs were given
3 Error Failed to run the command
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