Postgres

Version: 1.0.7

PostgreSQL is a powerful, open source object-relational database system that uses and extends the SQL language combined with many features that safely store and scale the most complicated data workloads.

Connecting with Postgres with LogicHub

  1. Navigate to Automations > Integrations.
  2. Search for Postgres.
  3. Click Details, then the + icon. Enter the required information in the following fields.
    • Label: Enter a connection name.
    • Reference Values: Define variables here to templatize integration connections and actions. For example, you can use https://www.{{hostname}}.com where, hostname is a variable defined in this input. For more information on how to add data, see 'Add Data' Input Type for Integrations.
    • Verify SSL: Select option to verify connecting server's SSL certificate (Default is Verify SSL Certificate).
    • Remote Agent: Run this integration using the LogicHub Remote Agent.
    • Server Name or Hostname of Database: example, 192.168.1.1 or mydatabase.example.com.
    • Port (Optional): Specify the port on which database server is listening, default is 5432.
    • Schema/Database Name (Optional): Specify default database to connect.
    • Username: Username for connecting to the database.
    • Password: Password for connecting to the database.
  4. After you've entered all the details, click Connect.

Actions for Postgres

Query

Query Postgres Database

Input Field

Choose a connection that you have previously created and then fill in the necessary information in the following input fields to complete the connection.

Input Name

Description

Required

Query Template

Jinja2 Template e.g following are some examples

  • Select id, name from customers where city_id = {{city_id_column_name}}
  • {{query_column_name}}
  • Select id, date, amount from orders
  • Update customers set name = ‘new name’ where id = 3

Here variables inside curly braces {{}} refer to the column of the parent node’s results table.

Required

Output

If the query returns results, for example, select * from orders, the following will be the one row of the output

In case the query does not return results, for example, update customers set name = ‘new name’ where id = 3. The output would be the following:


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