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Managing the Upload API Source

Zoomdata supports live streaming sources via its Upload API data connector. Keep in mind that this source uses PostgreSQL as a storage medium for the incoming data flow. By default, Zoomdata uses PostgreSQL to store the data for Upload API. This PostgreSQL instance is separate from other PostgreSQl instances you may have in existence. You can elect to use another PostgreSQL instance that you may have by changing the configuration properties.

Before your begin

If you want to use an existing PostgreSQL instance in conjunction with the Upload API service, you need to find the above information in your edc-postgresql.properties file.

Using another PostgreSQL instance for Upload API

  1. Use the following command to access and open the properties file:
  2.    vi /etc/zoomdata/zoomdata.properties
    
  3. Add the following parameters to the file:
    #  that are configure for Upload API
    upload.destination.params.user_name=yourusername
    upload.destination.params.password=yourpassowrd
    upload.destination.params.jdbc_url=jdbc:postgresql://yourlocalhost:yourport//zd_upload
    upload.batch-size=1000
  4. Save and exit the configuration file.
  5. Restart the Zoomdata server.

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