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airbyte | Airbyte is an open-source EL platform

 by   airbytehq Java Version: v0.36.2-alpha License: Non-SPDX

 by   airbytehq Java Version: v0.36.2-alpha License: Non-SPDX

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airbyte is a Java library typically used in Big Data, Docker, Kafka, Spark applications. airbyte has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available and it has medium support. However airbyte has a Non-SPDX License. You can install using 'pip install airbyte' or download it from GitHub, PyPI.
Data integration made simple, secure and extensible. The new open-source standard to sync data from applications, APIs & databases to warehouses, lakes & other destinations. Airbyte is on a mission to make data integration pipelines a commodity. Here's a list of our connectors with their health status.
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  • airbyte has a medium active ecosystem.
  • It has 6468 star(s) with 1236 fork(s). There are 121 watchers for this library.
  • There were 10 major release(s) in the last 12 months.
  • There are 2520 open issues and 3415 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 31 days. There are 217 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of airbyte is v0.36.2-alpha
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  • airbyte has no bugs reported.
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  • airbyte has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
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  • airbyte has a Non-SPDX License.
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  • airbyte releases are available to install and integrate.
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  • Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed airbyte and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into airbyte implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Launch the worker app .
    • Create and populate the actor .
      • Auto disable connection disable .
        • Parse integration configuration options .
          • Populate actor OAuth parameter .
            • Gets the field definition .
              • Write the given list of standard source definitions .
                • Gets the replication runnable .
                  • Copies the secrets from the source object to the destination .
                    • Replies a replica replication .

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                      airbyte Key Features

                      Built for extensibility: Adapt an existing connector to your needs or build a new one with ease.

                      Optional normalized schemas: Entirely customizable, start with raw data or from some suggestion of normalized data.

                      Full-grade scheduler: Automate your replications with the frequency you need.

                      Real-time monitoring: We log all errors in full detail to help you understand.

                      Incremental updates: Automated replications are based on incremental updates to reduce your data transfer costs.

                      Manual full refresh: Sometimes, you need to re-sync all your data to start again.

                      Debugging autonomy: Modify and debug pipelines as you see fit, without waiting.

                      Quick start

                      copy iconCopydownload iconDownload
                      git clone https://github.com/airbytehq/airbyte.git
                      cd airbyte
                      docker-compose up
                      

                      Implementing Docusign Authentication using Requests

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                      Send_an_API_request(url, request_details, etc):
                         access_token = Get_access_token(user_id);
                         api_results = send_api_request(access_token, url, request_details, etc)
                         return api_results;
                      
                      Get_access_token(user_id):
                          (access_token, expire_time) = database_lookup(user_id);
                          # if access_token is about to expire or we don't have one,
                          # create a new access_token and store it
                          if (
                              ((current_time + 10minutes) > expire_time)
                              or
                              (access_token is null)
                             ):
                              # Make a new JWT request
                              jwt = make_jwt(user_id);
                              signed_jwt = sign(jwt, private_key)
                              (access_token, expire_sec) = send_jwt_request(signed_jwt)
                              database_store (user_id, access_token, current_time + expire_sec)
                          return access_token
                      

                      Invalid resource manager ID in primary checkpoint record

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                      ...
                          spec:
                            containers:
                              - name: airbyte-db-container
                                image: airbyte/db
                                command: ["sh"]
                                args: ["-c", "while true; do echo $(date -u) >> /tmp/run.log; sleep 5; done"]
                      ...
                      
                      kubectl exec -it -n airbyte airbyte-db-xxxx -- sh
                      
                      # dry-run first
                      pg_resetwal --dry-run /var/lib/postgresql/data/pgdata
                      
                      pg_resetwal /var/lib/postgresql/data/pgdata
                      Write-ahead log reset
                      
                      ...
                          spec:
                            containers:
                              - name: airbyte-db-container
                                image: airbyte/db
                                command: ["sh"]
                                args: ["-c", "while true; do echo $(date -u) >> /tmp/run.log; sleep 5; done"]
                      ...
                      
                      kubectl exec -it -n airbyte airbyte-db-xxxx -- sh
                      
                      # dry-run first
                      pg_resetwal --dry-run /var/lib/postgresql/data/pgdata
                      
                      pg_resetwal /var/lib/postgresql/data/pgdata
                      Write-ahead log reset
                      
                      ...
                          spec:
                            containers:
                              - name: airbyte-db-container
                                image: airbyte/db
                                command: ["sh"]
                                args: ["-c", "while true; do echo $(date -u) >> /tmp/run.log; sleep 5; done"]
                      ...
                      
                      kubectl exec -it -n airbyte airbyte-db-xxxx -- sh
                      
                      # dry-run first
                      pg_resetwal --dry-run /var/lib/postgresql/data/pgdata
                      
                      pg_resetwal /var/lib/postgresql/data/pgdata
                      Write-ahead log reset
                      
                      ...
                          spec:
                            containers:
                              - name: airbyte-db-container
                                image: airbyte/db
                                command: ["sh"]
                                args: ["-c", "while true; do echo $(date -u) >> /tmp/run.log; sleep 5; done"]
                      ...
                      
                      kubectl exec -it -n airbyte airbyte-db-xxxx -- sh
                      
                      # dry-run first
                      pg_resetwal --dry-run /var/lib/postgresql/data/pgdata
                      
                      pg_resetwal /var/lib/postgresql/data/pgdata
                      Write-ahead log reset
                      

                      Flatten json string in BigQuery

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                      select _airbyte_ab_id, _airbyte_emitted_at, 
                        json_value(employee, '$.employeeNumber') employeeNumber,
                        json_value(employee, '$.firstName') firstName,
                        json_value(employee, '$.lastName') lastName
                      from your_table,
                      unnest(json_extract_array(_airbyte_data, '$.employees')) employee         
                      
                      select _airbyte_ab_id, _airbyte_emitted_at, 
                        md5(employee) employee_hash,
                        json_value(field, "$.id") key,
                        regexp_extract(employee, r'"' || json_value(field, "$.id") || '":"(.*?)"') value
                      from your_table,
                      unnest(json_extract_array(_airbyte_data, '$.employees')) employee,
                      unnest(json_extract_array(_airbyte_data, '$.fields')) field       
                      

                      Community Discussions

                      Trending Discussions on airbyte
                      • Implementing Docusign Authentication using Requests
                      • Invalid resource manager ID in primary checkpoint record
                      • Flatten json string in BigQuery
                      • Clickhouse jdbc schema [Airbyte integration]
                      Trending Discussions on airbyte

                      QUESTION

                      Implementing Docusign Authentication using Requests

                      Asked 2022-Feb-25 at 12:00

                      I'm creating an Airbyte connector for Docusign's E-signature Rest API.

                      Part of the process of implementing a connector is to write an authentication routine that extends the AuthBase class from requests.auth.

                      The issue is that Docusign does not support refresh tokens for JWT grants. According to the docusign documentation:

                      The access token granted by JWT Grant expires after one hour, and no refresh token is provided. After the token expires, you must generate a new JWT and exchange it for a new access token.

                      You can reuse most of the old assertion, just modifying the IAT and EXP values and updating the signature, then submit the updated JWT to get a new access token. Generally, apps that use JWT should get a new access token about 15 minutes before their existing one expires.

                      However, all of the examples in the "backend application flow" from this part of the requests documentation (which links to this page in the requests-authlib docs) only seem to allow an Auth2 workflow that includes a refresh token.

                      How can I work around this to make it so that, each time a refresh token expires, a new request is made (with updated IAT EXP, and signature)?

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2022-Feb-25 at 12:00

                      Refresh tokens are a feature of the OAuth Authorization Code grant flow.

                      The Authorization Code grant flow requires a human to authenticate themself. The result is an 8 hour access token and a 30 day refresh token.

                      To obtain a new access token, either:

                      • Ask the human to authenticate again
                      • Or the app can use the refresh token to obtain a new access token. This can be done autonomously by the app, without bothering the human.

                      For the JWT grant flow, there is no human and no refresh token. Instead, the app simply re-runs the JWT grant flow and receive a new 1 hour access token.

                      When you re-do the JWT flow, create a new JWT (updated IAT, EXP, etc). Sign it with your private key, and send it to DocuSign to obtain a new access token.

                      The JWT operation is cheap enough to do once per hour per impersonated user. But you must cache the access token and not re-do the JWT grant flow for each API call...

                      Python authentication libraries

                      Most authentication libraries for most languages focus on the Authorization Code grant flow since that is the most commonly used OAuth flow.

                      But as you've pointed out, you're using the JWT flow. This means that you cannot use these libraries. Instead, you will need to roll your own. Good news is that it isn't too hard. Here's my pseudo code:

                      Send_an_API_request(url, request_details, etc):
                         access_token = Get_access_token(user_id);
                         api_results = send_api_request(access_token, url, request_details, etc)
                         return api_results;
                      
                      Get_access_token(user_id):
                          (access_token, expire_time) = database_lookup(user_id);
                          # if access_token is about to expire or we don't have one,
                          # create a new access_token and store it
                          if (
                              ((current_time + 10minutes) > expire_time)
                              or
                              (access_token is null)
                             ):
                              # Make a new JWT request
                              jwt = make_jwt(user_id);
                              signed_jwt = sign(jwt, private_key)
                              (access_token, expire_sec) = send_jwt_request(signed_jwt)
                              database_store (user_id, access_token, current_time + expire_sec)
                          return access_token
                      
                      Added

                      Re:

                      [I need to] extend the AuthBase class from requests.auth

                      If the app's architecture requires you to extend the AuthBase class, then you will need to implement the JWT grant flow within the AuthBase class.

                      If the AuthBase class doesn't give you access to the data you need for the JWT grant flow, then a hack is to stuff the needed data into an available attribute such as the "refresh token."

                      Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71255162

                      Community Discussions, Code Snippets contain sources that include Stack Exchange Network

                      Vulnerabilities

                      No vulnerabilities reported

                      Install airbyte

                      Here is a step-by-step guide showing you how to load data from an API into a file, all on your computer.

                      Support

                      We love contributions to Airbyte, big or small. See our Contributing guide on how to get started. Not sure where to start? We’ve listed some good first issues to start with. If you have any questions, please open a draft PR or visit our slack channel where the core team can help answer your questions.

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