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Usage of schema.pattern with Postgresql? #247

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seanlindo opened this Issue Jul 20, 2017 · 2 comments

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seanlindo commented Jul 20, 2017

#32 enables schema support, but I'm not seeing any examples listed on how to use this. I have a schema named "a" and a table named "b", so why doesn't this configuration snippet work?

mode=bulk
table.whitelist=b
schema.pattern=a
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seanlindo Jul 20, 2017

You can add &currentSchema=a to your jdbc connection string as a workaround, if needed. It's working for me now, but the solution is not ideal.

seanlindo commented Jul 20, 2017

You can add &currentSchema=a to your jdbc connection string as a workaround, if needed. It's working for me now, but the solution is not ideal.

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edmondo1984 Nov 23, 2017

I guess the problem is that it has been enabled in the Source but not in the Sink?

edmondo1984 commented Nov 23, 2017

I guess the problem is that it has been enabled in the Source but not in the Sink?

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