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tap-persistiq

This is a Singer tap that produces JSON-formatted data following the Singer spec.

This tap:

Streams

users

leads

campaigns

Authentication

Quick Start

1. Install

Clone this repository, and then install using setup. py. We recommend using a virtualenv:

    > virtualenv -p python3 venv
    > source venv/bin/activate
    > python setup.py install
    OR
    > cd .../tap-persistiq
    > pip install .

or alternatively:

    > virtualenv -p python3 venv
    > source venv/bin/activate
    > pip install git+https://github.com/NickLeoMartin/tap-persistiq#egg=tap-persistiq

2. Dependent libraries

The following dependent libraries were installed.

    > pip install singer-python
    > pip install singer-tools
    > pip install target-stitch
    > pip install target-json

3. Create your tap's config.json file.

    {
        "api_key": "YOUR_PERSISTIQ_API_KEY",
        "start_date": "2019-01-01T00:00:00Z",
        "user_agent": "tap-persistiq <api_user_email@your_company.com>"
    }

Optionally, also create a state.json file. currently_syncing is an optional attribute used for identifying the last object to be synced in case the job is interrupted mid-stream. The next run would begin where the last job left off.

    {
        "currently_syncing": "leads",
        "bookmarks": {
            "users": "2019-09-27T22:34:39.000000Z",
            "companies": "2019-09-28T18:23:53Z"
        }
    }

4. Run the Tap in Discovery Mode

This creates a catalog. json for selecting objects/fields to integrate:

    tap-persistiq --config config.json --discover > catalog.json

See the Singer docs on discovery mode here.

5. Run the Tap in Sync Mode (with catalog) and write out to state file

For Sync mode:

    > tap-persistiq --config tap_config.json --catalog catalog.json > state.json
    > tail -1 state.json > state.json.tmp && mv state.json.tmp state.json

To load to json files to verify outputs:

    > tap-persistiq --config tap_config.json --catalog catalog.json | target-json > state.json
    > tail -1 state.json > state.json.tmp && mv state.json.tmp state.json

To pseudo-load to Stitch Import API with dry run:

    > tap-persistiq --config tap_config.json --catalog catalog.json | target-stitch --config target_config.json --dry-run > state.json
    > tail -1 state.json > state.json.tmp && mv state.json.tmp state.json

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A Singer.io tap for extracting data from the PersistIQ API

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