The CSV connector is a system provided connector that is generally used during implementation for substituting a connector which has not yet been implemented. It allows you to define the identifier, the schema and an image.
The CSV connector reads, writes and deletes from a CSV file, providing a mechanism for performing test scenarios without the need for a live target system.
There are no explicit requirements for this connector following installation.
A CSV connector encapsulates the information present in a single CSV file.
|Writing||Local files and via SSH agent only
|Deleting||Local files and via SSH agent only
Fields in a CSV connector schema refer to the individual CSV heading fields in the target CSV file.
Taking the following CSV file as an example:
id,name 1,james 2,fred 3,bob
The schema provider for this connector will retrieve the available headings as string fields.
The CSV connector can access both Local and Remote CSV files.
|Location||The location of the CSV file.|
|Agent||When Remote Server is selected for the Location option, allows the choice of available SSH or FTP agents.|
|Path||The path to the CSV file. Full path (ie
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