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SweetIQ's Location Loader


SweetIQ's Location Loader is a software template for integrating with SweetIQ's Location API. It is a node.js application that connects to your database, extracts the mapped data and sends it to SweetIQ. It also offers you the option of running it as a service to ensure that your data is always up-to-date on the SweetIQ database.


git clone repositoryName

npm install

Before running the script for the first time, there are a few things you will need to setup.


Configure your credentials in config.js to

  • access to SweetIQ's API using your credentials, and
  • establish a connection with your database.

Setup the service by setting the push interval in config.js.

Test Connection to SweetIQ

To test the connection to SweetIQ, be sure to put your authentication data in config.js and run:

node load_location.js test

You should see

testing connection
connection successful

In the event of an error, you should see the error code from the server. This error message should include the http error codes.

Setup Data Mapping

Map your data fields (i.e. location name, address, phone number, etc) to those supported by SweetIQ by overwriting the appropriate fields in sweetiq/load_sql.

This file does two things:

  • select your field and maps them to the associated field name in the SweetIQ API, and
  • performs extra data transformations that are easier to do in Javascript.

See the SweetIQ Location API Specification ( for the complete list of fields, their supported formats and short descriptions.

Test Your Mapping

Once you are done with mapping, you should test to see if it works properly. Do so by running the application using

node load_location.js --verify-update.

This call does three things:

  • pushes the data from your database to SweetIQ's,
  • performs a search in the SweetIQ db for all current data, and
  • compares the two data sets and highlights the differences.

Please note that --verify-update should not be run in the production environment. Instead, these changes will be reviewed by your SweetIQ Account Manager.