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java -jar PROGRESS_DATADIRECT_JDBC_SF_ALL.jar
Database Connection Pooling Service
Choose the controller service where you configured Salesforce Connection in previous steps. In my case, I chose the controller SalesforceConnect where I configured the connection to Salesforce using the Progress DataDirect JDBC driver.
Choose the table that you would like to ingest incrementally. I choose to sync the table opportunity
Below is a screenshot of final settings for your reference
JDBC Connection Pool
Choose the controller service where you configured Hive Connection in previous steps. In my case, I chose the controller HiveConnect where I configured the connection to Hive using the Progress DataDirect JDBC driver.
The table where you want to insert the data in Hive.
We hope this tutorial has helped you to get started with Apache Nifi. Note that you can use similar flows to ingest your Eloqua, Google Analytics, Sugar CRM, SQL Server, Oracle data to Hive instance using Progress DataDirect JDBC drivers. Feel free to try the JDBC drivers for your use cases and you can evaluate the drivers for 15 days.
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