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Read JSON payload and import into Collibra

Published by: Collibra Marketplace
Latest version: 1.0.0
Released: October 27, 2021
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Many integration use cases around the Collibra platform start by receiving a JSON payload from another system. The JSON payload may contain any kind of content. For instance, when an issue in a ticketing tool gets updated, a web hook would return a representation of the JSON as payload in the context of a web hook. The JSON format that we process in this integration template is that of an Open API specification. Again, we simply picked this format to showcase this kind of integration. You may be faced with situations where the JSON payload has simpler or more complex structures. The idea is to show developers:

  • Best practices on how to handle integration use cases that involve processing a JSON payload at the start of an integration application.
  • How to transform an Open API specification to fit the Collibra meta-model and subsequently importing the API spec into Collibra.

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Release Notes

Initial release:

Spring Boot integration that receives an JSON payload containing an Open-API specification or a URL from where to read it, transforms it, and the upserts it to a Collibra environment as assets.

  • Collibra Cloud
  • Spring Boot Framework
  • Eclipse IDE
  • Java Runtime Environment 8
  • Collibra Data Intelligence Cloud API v2
  • Collibra Platform v2021+
  • Spring Boot Integration Library
License and Usage Requirements
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