Airbyte Destination Connectors

#Description

  • An Airbyte destination connector paired with any source connector defines an ASYNC or FETCH pipeline.
  • An Airbyte destination connector is in CONNECTED state only when its configuration is valid to connect with the destination. Otherwise, the state will be either ERROR or UNSPECIFIED.

#Release stage

Please refer to the Airbyte Destinations Connector Catalog table.

#Configuration

Please refer to each Airbyte Destinations for configuration details.

#No-code setup

To create an Airbyte destination connector (e.g., PostgreSQL):

  1. Go to the Destination page and click Add new destination
  2. Click the Destination type ▾ drop-down and choose Postgres
  3. Fill in the required fields
  4. [Optional] Give a short description in the Description field

Now go to the Destination page, the corresponding PostgresSQL destination connector should be connected.

#Low-code setup

To create a gRPC destination connector:

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curl -X POST http://localhost:8082/v1alpha/destination-connectors -d '{
"id": "postgres-db",
"destination_connector_definition": "destination-connector-definitions/destination-postgres",
"connector": {
"description": "The PostgreSQL database in your basement",
"configuration": {
"host": <PostgreSQL host address>,
"port": <port>,
"database": <database>,
"schema": "public",
"username": <username>,
"password": <password>,
"ssl": false
}
}
}'

where localhost:8082 is the connector-backend default URL.

For other operations, please refer to the VDP Protobufs.

Last updated: 8/15/2022, 8:15:31 AM