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abramvandergeest
abramvandergeest commented May 21, 2019

Current behavior:
All the SQL activities either don't support Insert or are specific to a usecase

Expected behavior:
to be able to insert to a sql database in an activity

What is the motivation / use case for changing the behavior?
many workflows/pipelines require logging to a database

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nicolaferraro
nicolaferraro commented Jun 22, 2020

It's common to do in YAML syntax:

steps:
- marshal:
    json: {}

But the marshaller dependency is not recognized automatically and "camel-jackson" needs to be explicitly added (e.g. using -d). The language inspector can do it automatically.

mhagmajer
mhagmajer commented Oct 21, 2020

Currently when people wrap their code with ask {} when using the command line CLI tool, they get the following error:

marcin@Marcins-MacBook-Pro-2 askql % npm run cli

> askql@1.2.2 cli /Users/marcin/Repositories/askql
> node dist/cli.js

Welcome to AskQL CLI!

For multi-line mode please type:
     .editor
🦄 ask {}
Uncaught:
Error [SyntaxError]: Expected " ", "(", ".", "//", "

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