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Osmos Dataset

In this section you will learn how more about the Osmos Dataset Destination Connector.

Osmos Dataset Destination Connector Overview

The Osmos Dataset Destination Connector is used to store records in an Osmos Dataset. The Osmos Dataset Destination Connector can be created via two methods. First, it can be automatically created from a Osmos Dataset Table. When you select create Osmos Uploader from your Table, it will create both an Osmos Uploader and a new Osmos Dataset Connector. The second method is through the standard connector creation process. This connector can be leveraged with both an Uploader or a Pipeline.

Automatic Creation

When you select create Osmos Uploader from your Table, it will create both an Osmos Uploader and a new Osmos Dataset Connector. The Osmos Dataset Connector will populate the fields, including schema, based on your Table layout.
Note: Automatic creation is the recommended method over Manual Creation
Table Information passed onto the Destination Connector

Manual Creation

An Osmos Dataset Destination Connector can be created through the standard connector creation process.

Prerequisites

Required information:
  1. 1.
    Osmos Dataset
  2. 2.
    Osmos Table

Creating a Osmos Dataset Destination Connector

Step 1: After selecting + New Connector, under the System prompt, click Osmos Dataset.
Step 2: Provide a Connector Name.
Step 3: Select Destination Connector.
Step 4: Select the Dataset.
Step 5: Select the Table.
Step 6: Check the box if you wish for the data to Upsert .

Insert/Upsert

By default Osmos Uploaders created automatically will be configured to insert data, and fail in the case that Primary Keys overlap. If an uploader should be configured to upsert data, an uploader should be manually created with this configuration.
Step 7: Hit Save.
Note: The Osmos Dataset Connector will be linked to your Osmos Table
Resulting Connector detail:
Note the original Inventory table from the Master Records Dataset:

Connector Options

The connector can be deleted, edited and duplicated.
Duplication
To save time, the connector can be duplicated. This new connector needs to be named and can be edited, as needed.
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