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+<!DOCTYPE html><html lang="en"><head><meta charset="utf-8"></meta><title>PutFile</title><link rel="stylesheet" href="../../../../../css/component-usage.css" type="text/css"></link></head><script type="text/javascript">window.onload = function(){if(self==top) { document.getElementById('nameHeader').style.display = "inherit"; } }</script><body><h1 id="nameHeader" style="display: none;">PutFile</h1><h2>Description: </h2><p>Writes the contents of a FlowFile to the local file system</p><h3>Tags: </h3><p>put, local, copy, archive, files, filesystem, restricted</p><h3>Properties: </h3><p>In the list below, the names of required properties appear in <strong>bold</strong>. Any other properties (not in bold) are considered optional. The table also indicates any default values, and whether a property supports the <a href="../../../../../html/expression-language-guide.html">NiFi Expression Language</a>.</p><table id="properties"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Default Value</th><th>Allowable Values</th><t
 h>Description</th></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Directory</strong></td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The directory to which files should be written. You may use expression language such as /aa/bb/${path}<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Conflict Resolution Strategy</strong></td><td id="default-value">fail</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>replace</li><li>ignore</li><li>fail</li></ul></td><td id="description">Indicates what should happen when a file with the same name already exists in the output directory</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Create Missing Directories</strong></td><td id="default-value">true</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>true</li><li>false</li></ul></td><td id="description">If true, then missing destination directories will be created. If false, flowfiles are penalized and sent to failure.</td></tr><tr><td id="name">Maximum File Count</td><td id="de
 fault-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">Specifies the maximum number of files that can exist in the output directory</td></tr><tr><td id="name">Last Modified Time</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">Sets the lastModifiedTime on the output file to the value of this attribute.  Format must be yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ssZ.  You may also use expression language such as ${file.lastModifiedTime}.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name">Permissions</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">Sets the permissions on the output file to the value of this attribute.  Format must be either UNIX rwxrwxrwx with a - in place of denied permissions (e.g. rw-r--r--) or an octal number (e.g. 644).  You may also use expression language such as ${file.permissions}.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name">Owne
 r</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">Sets the owner on the output file to the value of this attribute.  You may also use expression language such as ${file.owner}.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name">Group</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">Sets the group on the output file to the value of this attribute.  You may also use expression language such as ${file.group}.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr></table><h3>Relationships: </h3><table id="relationships"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td>success</td><td>Files that have been successfully written to the output directory are transferred to this relationship</td></tr><tr><td>failure</td><td>Files that could not be written to the output directory for some reason are transferred to this relationship</td></tr></table><h3>Reads Attributes: </h3><table
  id="reads-attributes"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td>filename</td><td>The filename to use when writing the FlowFile to disk.</td></tr></table><h3>Writes Attributes: </h3>None specified.<h3>State management: </h3>This component does not store state.<h3>Restricted: </h3>Provides operator the ability to write to any file that NiFi has access to.<h3>Input requirement: </h3>This component requires an incoming relationship.<h3>See Also:</h3><p><a href="../org.apache.nifi.processors.standard.FetchFile/index.html">FetchFile</a>, <a href="../org.apache.nifi.processors.standard.GetFile/index.html">GetFile</a></p></body></html>
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+<!DOCTYPE html><html lang="en"><head><meta charset="utf-8"></meta><title>PutJMS</title><link rel="stylesheet" href="../../../../../css/component-usage.css" type="text/css"></link></head><script type="text/javascript">window.onload = function(){if(self==top) { document.getElementById('nameHeader').style.display = "inherit"; } }</script><body><h1 id="nameHeader" style="display: none;">PutJMS</h1><h2>Deprecation notice: </h2><p>This processor is deprecated and may be removed in future releases.</p><p>Please consider using one the following alternatives: <a href="../../../nifi-jms-processors-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.jms.processors.PublishJMS/index.html">PublishJMS</a></p><h2>Description: </h2><p>Creates a JMS Message from the contents of a FlowFile and sends the message to a ActiveMQ JMS Server.</p><h3>Tags: </h3><p>jms, send, put</p><h3>Properties: </h3><p>In the list below, the names of required properties appear in <strong>bold</strong>. Any other properties (not in bold) are consid
 ered optional. The table also indicates any default values, whether a property supports the <a href="../../../../../html/expression-language-guide.html">NiFi Expression Language</a>, and whether a property is considered "sensitive", meaning that its value will be encrypted. Before entering a value in a sensitive property, ensure that the <strong>nifi.properties</strong> file has an entry for the property <strong>nifi.sensitive.props.key</strong>.</p><table id="properties"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Default Value</th><th>Allowable Values</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>JMS Provider</strong></td><td id="default-value">ActiveMQ</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>ActiveMQ</li></ul></td><td id="description">The Provider used for the JMS Server</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>URL</strong></td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The URL of the JMS Server</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Destination Name</strong></td><td i
 d="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The name of the JMS Topic or queue to use</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Destination Type</strong></td><td id="default-value">Queue</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>Queue</li><li>Topic</li></ul></td><td id="description">The type of the JMS Destination to use</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Communications Timeout</strong></td><td id="default-value">30 sec</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The amount of time to wait when attempting to receive a message before giving up and assuming failure</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Message Batch Size</strong></td><td id="default-value">10</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The number of messages to pull/push in a single iteration of the processor</td></tr><tr><td id="name">Username</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">Username used for authentication and authorization<
 /td></tr><tr><td id="name">Password</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">Password used for authentication and authorization<br/><strong>Sensitive Property: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name">SSL Context Service</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"><strong>Controller Service API: </strong><br/>SSLContextService<br/><strong>Implementations: </strong><a href="../../../nifi-ssl-context-service-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.ssl.StandardSSLContextService/index.html">StandardSSLContextService</a><br/><a href="../../../nifi-ssl-context-service-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.ssl.StandardRestrictedSSLContextService/index.html">StandardRestrictedSSLContextService</a></td><td id="description">The Controller Service to use in order to obtain an SSL Context.</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Message Type</strong></td><td id="default-value">byte</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>byte</li><li>stream</li><li>text</li><li>map</li><
 li>empty</li></ul></td><td id="description">The Type of JMS Message to Construct</td></tr><tr><td id="name">Message Priority</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The Priority of the Message<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name">Reply-To Queue</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The name of the queue to which a reply to should be added<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Max Buffer Size</strong></td><td id="default-value">1 MB</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The maximum amount of data that can be buffered for a JMS Message. If a FlowFile's size exceeds this value, the FlowFile will be routed to failure.</td></tr><tr><td id="name">Message Time to Live</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The amount of time that the message 
 should live on the destination before being removed; if not specified, the message will never expire.</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Copy Attributes to JMS Properties</strong></td><td id="default-value">true</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>true</li><li>false</li></ul></td><td id="description">Whether or not FlowFile Attributes should be translated into JMS Message Properties. If true, all attributes starting with 'jms.' will be set as Properties on the JMS Message (without the 'jms.' prefix). If an attribute exists that starts with the same value but ends in '.type', that attribute will be used to determine the JMS Message Property type.</td></tr><tr><td id="name">Client ID Prefix</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">A human-readable ID that can be used to associate connections with yourself so that the maintainers of the JMS Server know who to contact if problems arise</td></tr></table><h3>Relationships: </h3><table id="relat
 ionships"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td>success</td><td>All FlowFiles that are sent to the JMS destination are routed to this relationship</td></tr><tr><td>failure</td><td>All FlowFiles that cannot be routed to the JMS destination are routed to this relationship</td></tr></table><h3>Reads Attributes: </h3>None specified.<h3>Writes Attributes: </h3>None specified.<h3>State management: </h3>This component does not store state.<h3>Restricted: </h3>This component is not restricted.<h3>Input requirement: </h3>This component requires an incoming relationship.<h3>See Also:</h3><p><a href="../org.apache.nifi.processors.standard.GetJMSQueue/index.html">GetJMSQueue</a>, <a href="../org.apache.nifi.processors.standard.GetJMSTopic/index.html">GetJMSTopic</a></p></body></html>
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+<!DOCTYPE html><html lang="en"><head><meta charset="utf-8"></meta><title>PutSFTP</title><link rel="stylesheet" href="../../../../../css/component-usage.css" type="text/css"></link></head><script type="text/javascript">window.onload = function(){if(self==top) { document.getElementById('nameHeader').style.display = "inherit"; } }</script><body><h1 id="nameHeader" style="display: none;">PutSFTP</h1><h2>Description: </h2><p>Sends FlowFiles to an SFTP Server</p><h3>Tags: </h3><p>remote, copy, egress, put, sftp, archive, files</p><h3>Properties: </h3><p>In the list below, the names of required properties appear in <strong>bold</strong>. Any other properties (not in bold) are considered optional. The table also indicates any default values, whether a property supports the <a href="../../../../../html/expression-language-guide.html">NiFi Expression Language</a>, and whether a property is considered "sensitive", meaning that its value will be encrypted. Before entering a value in a sensitive
  property, ensure that the <strong>nifi.properties</strong> file has an entry for the property <strong>nifi.sensitive.props.key</strong>.</p><table id="properties"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Default Value</th><th>Allowable Values</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Hostname</strong></td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The fully qualified hostname or IP address of the remote system<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Port</strong></td><td id="default-value">22</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The port that the remote system is listening on for file transfers<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Username</strong></td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">Username<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name">Password<
 /td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">Password for the user account<br/><strong>Sensitive Property: true</strong><br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name">Private Key Path</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The fully qualified path to the Private Key file<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name">Private Key Passphrase</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">Password for the private key<br/><strong>Sensitive Property: true</strong><br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name">Remote Path</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The path on the remote system from which to pull or push files<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Create
  Directory</strong></td><td id="default-value">false</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>true</li><li>false</li></ul></td><td id="description">Specifies whether or not the remote directory should be created if it does not exist.</td></tr><tr><td id="name">Disable Directory Listing</td><td id="default-value">false</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>true</li><li>false</li></ul></td><td id="description">If set to 'true', directory listing is not performed prior to create missing directories. By default, this processor executes a directory listing command to see target directory existence before creating missing directories. However, there are situations that you might need to disable the directory listing such as followings. Directory listing might fail with some permission setups (e.g. chmod 100) on a directory. Also, if any other SFTP client created the directory after this processor performed a listing and before a directory creation request by this processor is finished, then 
 an error is returned because the directory already exists.</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Batch Size</strong></td><td id="default-value">500</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The maximum number of FlowFiles to send in a single connection</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Connection Timeout</strong></td><td id="default-value">30 sec</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">Amount of time to wait before timing out while creating a connection</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Data Timeout</strong></td><td id="default-value">30 sec</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">When transferring a file between the local and remote system, this value specifies how long is allowed to elapse without any data being transferred between systems</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Conflict Resolution</strong></td><td id="default-value">NONE</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>REPLACE</li><li>IGNORE</li><li>RENAME</li><li>REJECT</li><li>FAIL<
 /li><li>NONE</li></ul></td><td id="description">Determines how to handle the problem of filename collisions</td></tr><tr><td id="name">Reject Zero-Byte Files</td><td id="default-value">true</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>true</li><li>false</li></ul></td><td id="description">Determines whether or not Zero-byte files should be rejected without attempting to transfer</td></tr><tr><td id="name">Dot Rename</td><td id="default-value">true</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>true</li><li>false</li></ul></td><td id="description">If true, then the filename of the sent file is prepended with a "." and then renamed back to the original once the file is completely sent. Otherwise, there is no rename. This property is ignored if the Temporary Filename property is set.</td></tr><tr><td id="name">Temporary Filename</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">If set, the filename of the sent file will be equal to the value specified during the transf
 er and after successful completion will be renamed to the original filename. If this value is set, the Dot Rename property is ignored.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name">Host Key File</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">If supplied, the given file will be used as the Host Key; otherwise, no use host key file will be used</td></tr><tr><td id="name">Last Modified Time</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The lastModifiedTime to assign to the file after transferring it. If not set, the lastModifiedTime will not be changed. Format must be yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ssZ. You may also use expression language such as ${file.lastModifiedTime}. If the value is invalid, the processor will not be invalid but will fail to change lastModifiedTime of the file.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name">Permissions</td><td id
 ="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The permissions to assign to the file after transferring it. Format must be either UNIX rwxrwxrwx with a - in place of denied permissions (e.g. rw-r--r--) or an octal number (e.g. 644). If not set, the permissions will not be changed. You may also use expression language such as ${file.permissions}. If the value is invalid, the processor will not be invalid but will fail to change permissions of the file.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name">Remote Owner</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">Integer value representing the User ID to set on the file after transferring it. If not set, the owner will not be set. You may also use expression language such as ${file.owner}. If the value is invalid, the processor will not be invalid but will fail to change the owner of the file.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</
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 age when SSH socket times out</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Use Compression</strong></td><td id="default-value">false</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>true</li><li>false</li></ul></td><td id="description">Indicates whether or not ZLIB compression should be used when transferring files</td></tr></table><h3>Dynamic Properties: </h3><p>Dynamic Properties allow the user to specify both the name and value of a property.<table id="dynamic-properties"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Value</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td id="name">Disable Directory Listing</td><td id="value">true or false</td><td>Disables directory listings before operations which might fail, such as configurations which create directory structures.</td></tr></table></p><h3>Relationships: </h3><table id="relationships"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td>success</td><td>FlowFiles that are successfully sent will be routed to success</td></tr><tr><td>reject</td><td>FlowFiles that were rejected by the destina
 tion system</td></tr><tr><td>failure</td><td>FlowFiles that failed to send to the remote system; failure is usually looped back to this processor</td></tr></table><h3>Reads Attributes: </h3>None specified.<h3>Writes Attributes: </h3>None specified.<h3>State management: </h3>This component does not store state.<h3>Restricted: </h3>This component is not restricted.<h3>Input requirement: </h3>This component requires an incoming relationship.<h3>See Also:</h3><p><a href="../org.apache.nifi.processors.standard.GetSFTP/index.html">GetSFTP</a></p></body></html>
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 ><p>In the list below, the names of required properties appear in <strong>bold</strong>. Any other properties (not in bold) are considered optional. The table also indicates any default values, and whether a property supports the <a href="../../../../../html/expression-language-guide.html">NiFi Expression Language</a>.</p><table id="properties"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Default Value</th><th>Allowable Values</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>JDBC Connection Pool</strong></td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"><strong>Controller Service API: </strong><br/>DBCPService<br/><strong>Implementations: </strong><a href="../../../nifi-hive-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.dbcp.hive.HiveConnectionPool/index.html">HiveConnectionPool</a><br/><a href="../../../nifi-dbcp-service-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.dbcp.DBCPConnectionPool/index.html">DBCPConnectionPool</a></td><td id="description">Specifies the JDBC Connection Pool to use in order to convert the JSON message to a
  SQL statement. The Connection Pool is necessary in order to determine the appropriate database column types.</td></tr><tr><td id="name">SQL Statement</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The SQL statement to execute. The statement can be empty, a constant value, or built from attributes using Expression Language. If this property is specified, it will be used regardless of the content of incoming flowfiles. If this property is empty, the content of the incoming flow file is expected to contain a valid SQL statement, to be issued by the processor to the database.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name">Support Fragmented Transactions</td><td id="default-value">true</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>true</li><li>false</li></ul></td><td id="description">If true, when a FlowFile is consumed by this Processor, the Processor will first check the fragment.identifier and fragment.count attributes 
 of that FlowFile. If the fragment.count value is greater than 1, the Processor will not process any FlowFile with that fragment.identifier until all are available; at that point, it will process all FlowFiles with that fragment.identifier as a single transaction, in the order specified by the FlowFiles' fragment.index attributes. This Provides atomicity of those SQL statements. If this value is false, these attributes will be ignored and the updates will occur independent of one another.</td></tr><tr><td id="name">Transaction Timeout</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">If the &lt;Support Fragmented Transactions&gt; property is set to true, specifies how long to wait for all FlowFiles for a particular fragment.identifier attribute to arrive before just transferring all of the FlowFiles with that identifier to the 'failure' relationship</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Batch Size</strong></td><td id="default-value">100</td><td id="allo
 wable-values"></td><td id="description">The preferred number of FlowFiles to put to the database in a single transaction</td></tr><tr><td id="name">Obtain Generated Keys</td><td id="default-value">false</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>true</li><li>false</li></ul></td><td id="description">If true, any key that is automatically generated by the database will be added to the FlowFile that generated it using the sql.generate.key attribute. This may result in slightly slower performance and is not supported by all databases.</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Rollback On Failure</strong></td><td id="default-value">false</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>true</li><li>false</li></ul></td><td id="description">Specify how to handle error. By default (false), if an error occurs while processing a FlowFile, the FlowFile will be routed to 'failure' or 'retry' relationship based on error type, and processor can continue with next FlowFile. Instead, you may want to rollback currently pr
 ocessed FlowFiles and stop further processing immediately. In that case, you can do so by enabling this 'Rollback On Failure' property.  If enabled, failed FlowFiles will stay in the input relationship without penalizing it and being processed repeatedly until it gets processed successfully or removed by other means. It is important to set adequate 'Yield Duration' to avoid retrying too frequently.</td></tr></table><h3>Relationships: </h3><table id="relationships"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td>retry</td><td>A FlowFile is routed to this relationship if the database cannot be updated but attempting the operation again may succeed</td></tr><tr><td>success</td><td>A FlowFile is routed to this relationship after the database is successfully updated</td></tr><tr><td>failure</td><td>A FlowFile is routed to this relationship if the database cannot be updated and retrying the operation will also fail, such as an invalid query or an integrity constraint violation</td></tr>
 </table><h3>Reads Attributes: </h3><table id="reads-attributes"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td>fragment.identifier</td><td>If the &lt;Support Fragment Transactions&gt; property is true, this attribute is used to determine whether or not two FlowFiles belong to the same transaction.</td></tr><tr><td>fragment.count</td><td>If the &lt;Support Fragment Transactions&gt; property is true, this attribute is used to determine how many FlowFiles are needed to complete the transaction.</td></tr><tr><td>fragment.index</td><td>If the &lt;Support Fragment Transactions&gt; property is true, this attribute is used to determine the order that the FlowFiles in a transaction should be evaluated.</td></tr><tr><td>sql.args.N.type</td><td>Incoming FlowFiles are expected to be parametrized SQL statements. The type of each Parameter is specified as an integer that represents the JDBC Type of the parameter.</td></tr><tr><td>sql.args.N.value</td><td>Incoming FlowFiles are expected to be p
 arametrized SQL statements. The value of the Parameters are specified as sql.args.1.value, sql.args.2.value, sql.args.3.value, and so on. The type of the sql.args.1.value Parameter is specified by the sql.args.1.type attribute.</td></tr><tr><td>sql.args.N.format</td><td>This attribute is always optional, but default options may not always work for your data. Incoming FlowFiles are expected to be parametrized SQL statements. In some cases a format option needs to be specified, currently this is only applicable for binary data types, dates, times and timestamps. Binary Data Types (defaults to 'ascii') - ascii: each string character in your attribute value represents a single byte. This is the format provided by Avro Processors. base64: the string is a Base64 encoded string that can be decoded to bytes. hex: the string is hex encoded with all letters in upper case and no '0x' at the beginning. Dates/Times/Timestamps - Date, Time and Timestamp formats all support both custom formats or 
 named format ('yyyy-MM-dd','ISO_OFFSET_DATE_TIME') as specified according to java.time.format.DateTimeFormatter. If not specified, a long value input is expected to be an unix epoch (milli seconds from 1970/1/1), or a string value in 'yyyy-MM-dd' format for Date, 'HH:mm:ss.SSS' for Time (some database engines e.g. Derby or MySQL do not support milliseconds and will truncate milliseconds), 'yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss.SSS' for Timestamp is used.</td></tr></table><h3>Writes Attributes: </h3><table id="writes-attributes"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td>sql.generated.key</td><td>If the database generated a key for an INSERT statement and the Obtain Generated Keys property is set to true, this attribute will be added to indicate the generated key, if possible. This feature is not supported by all database vendors.</td></tr></table><h3>State management: </h3>This component does not store state.<h3>Restricted: </h3>This component is not restricted.<h3>Input requirement: </h3>This
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 owable-values"></td><td id="description">The ip address or hostname of the Syslog server.</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Protocol</strong></td><td id="default-value">UDP</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>TCP</li><li>UDP</li></ul></td><td id="description">The protocol for Syslog communication.</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Port</strong></td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The port for Syslog communication.</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Max Size of Socket Send Buffer</strong></td><td id="default-value">1 MB</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The maximum size of the socket send buffer that should be used. This is a suggestion to the Operating System to indicate how big the socket buffer should be. If this value is set too low, the buffer may fill up before the data can be read, and incoming data will be dropped.</td></tr><tr><td id="name">SSL Context Service</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="al
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 out for connecting to and communicating with the syslog server. Does not apply to UDP</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Batch Size</strong></td><td id="default-value">25</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The number of incoming FlowFiles to process in a single execution of this processor.</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Character Set</strong></td><td id="default-value">UTF-8</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">Specifies the character set of the Syslog messages</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Message Priority</strong></td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The priority for the Syslog messages, excluding &lt; &gt;.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name">Message Version</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The version for the Syslog messages.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></t
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 ="relationships"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td>success</td><td>FlowFiles that are sent successfully to Syslog are sent out this relationship.</td></tr><tr><td>failure</td><td>FlowFiles that failed to send to Syslog are sent out this relationship.</td></tr><tr><td>invalid</td><td>FlowFiles that do not form a valid Syslog message are sent out this relationship.</td></tr></table><h3>Reads Attributes: </h3>None specified.<h3>Writes Attributes: </h3>None specified.<h3>State management: </h3>This component does not store state.<h3>Restricted: </h3>This component is not restricted.<h3>Input requirement: </h3>This component requires an incoming relationship.<h3>See Also:</h3><p><a href="../org.apache.nifi.processors.standard.ListenSyslog/index.html">ListenSyslog</a>, <a href="../org.apache.nifi.processors.standard.ParseSyslog/index.html">ParseSyslog</a></p></body></html>
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 g>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Port</strong></td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The port on the destination.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Max Size of Socket Send Buffer</strong></td><td id="default-value">1 MB</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The maximum size of the socket send buffer that should be used. This is a suggestion to the Operating System to indicate how big the socket buffer should be. If this value is set too low, the buffer may fill up before the data can be read, and incoming data will be dropped.</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Idle Connection Expiration</strong></td><td id="default-value">5 seconds</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The amount of time a connection should be held open without being used before closing the connection.</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><s
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 /td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The timeout for connecting to and communicating with the destination. Does not apply to UDP</td></tr><tr><td id="name">SSL Context Service</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"><strong>Controller Service API: </strong><br/>SSLContextService<br/><strong>Implementations: </strong><a href="../../../nifi-ssl-context-service-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.ssl.StandardSSLContextService/index.html">StandardSSLContextService</a><br/><a href="../../../nifi-ssl-context-service-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.ssl.StandardRestrictedSSLContextService/index.html">StandardRestrictedSSLContextService</a></td><td id="description">The Controller Service to use in order to obtain an SSL Context. If this property is set, messages will be sent over a secure connection.</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Character Set</strong></td><td id="default-value">UTF-8</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">Specifies the character se
 t of the data being sent.</td></tr></table><h3>Relationships: </h3><table id="relationships"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td>success</td><td>FlowFiles that are sent successfully to the destination are sent out this relationship.</td></tr><tr><td>failure</td><td>FlowFiles that failed to send to the destination are sent out this relationship.</td></tr></table><h3>Reads Attributes: </h3>None specified.<h3>Writes Attributes: </h3>None specified.<h3>State management: </h3>This component does not store state.<h3>Restricted: </h3>This component is not restricted.<h3>Input requirement: </h3>This component requires an incoming relationship.<h3>See Also:</h3><p><a href="../org.apache.nifi.processors.standard.ListenTCP/index.html">ListenTCP</a></p></body></html>
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+<!DOCTYPE html><html lang="en"><head><meta charset="utf-8"></meta><title>QueryDatabaseTable</title><link rel="stylesheet" href="../../../../../css/component-usage.css" type="text/css"></link></head><script type="text/javascript">window.onload = function(){if(self==top) { document.getElementById('nameHeader').style.display = "inherit"; } }</script><body><h1 id="nameHeader" style="display: none;">QueryDatabaseTable</h1><h2>Description: </h2><p>Generates and executes a SQL select query to fetch all rows whose values in the specified Maximum Value column(s) are larger than the previously-seen maxima. Query result will be converted to Avro format. Expression Language is supported for several properties, but no incoming connections are permitted. The Variable Registry may be used to provide values for any property containing Expression Language. If it is desired to leverage flow file attributes to perform these queries, the GenerateTableFetch and/or ExecuteSQL processors can be used for t
 his purpose. Streaming is used so arbitrarily large result sets are supported. This processor can be scheduled to run on a timer or cron expression, using the standard scheduling methods. This processor is intended to be run on the Primary Node only. FlowFile attribute 'querydbtable.row.count' indicates how many rows were selected.</p><h3>Tags: </h3><p>sql, select, jdbc, query, database</p><h3>Properties: </h3><p>In the list below, the names of required properties appear in <strong>bold</strong>. Any other properties (not in bold) are considered optional. The table also indicates any default values, and whether a property supports the <a href="../../../../../html/expression-language-guide.html">NiFi Expression Language</a>.</p><table id="properties"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Default Value</th><th>Allowable Values</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Database Connection Pooling Service</strong></td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"><strong>Controller 
 Service API: </strong><br/>DBCPService<br/><strong>Implementations: </strong><a href="../../../nifi-hive-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.dbcp.hive.HiveConnectionPool/index.html">HiveConnectionPool</a><br/><a href="../../../nifi-dbcp-service-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.dbcp.DBCPConnectionPool/index.html">DBCPConnectionPool</a></td><td id="description">The Controller Service that is used to obtain a connection to the database.</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Database Type</strong></td><td id="default-value">Generic</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>Generic <img src="../../../../../html/images/iconInfo.png" alt="Generates ANSI SQL" title="Generates ANSI SQL"></img></li><li>Oracle <img src="../../../../../html/images/iconInfo.png" alt="Generates Oracle compliant SQL" title="Generates Oracle compliant SQL"></img></li><li>Oracle 12+ <img src="../../../../../html/images/iconInfo.png" alt="Generates Oracle compliant SQL for version 12 or greater" title="Generates Oracle compliant SQL for ver
 sion 12 or greater"></img></li><li>MS SQL 2012+ <img src="../../../../../html/images/iconInfo.png" alt="Generates MS SQL Compatible SQL, for version 2012 or greater" title="Generates MS SQL Compatible SQL, for version 2012 or greater"></img></li><li>MS SQL 2008 <img src="../../../../../html/images/iconInfo.png" alt="Generates MS SQL Compatible SQL for version 2008" title="Generates MS SQL Compatible SQL for version 2008"></img></li></ul></td><td id="description">The type/flavor of database, used for generating database-specific code. In many cases the Generic type should suffice, but some databases (such as Oracle) require custom SQL clauses. </td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Table Name</strong></td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The name of the database table to be queried.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name">Columns to Return</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"><
 /td><td id="description">A comma-separated list of column names to be used in the query. If your database requires special treatment of the names (quoting, e.g.), each name should include such treatment. If no column names are supplied, all columns in the specified table will be returned. NOTE: It is important to use consistent column names for a given table for incremental fetch to work properly.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name">Maximum-value Columns</td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">A comma-separated list of column names. The processor will keep track of the maximum value for each column that has been returned since the processor started running. Using multiple columns implies an order to the column list, and each column's values are expected to increase more slowly than the previous columns' values. Thus, using multiple columns implies a hierarchical structure of columns, which is 
 usually used for partitioning tables. This processor can be used to retrieve only those rows that have been added/updated since the last retrieval. Note that some JDBC types such as bit/boolean are not conducive to maintaining maximum value, so columns of these types should not be listed in this property, and will result in error(s) during processing. If no columns are provided, all rows from the table will be considered, which could have a performance impact. NOTE: It is important to use consistent max-value column names for a given table for incremental fetch to work properly.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Max Wait Time</strong></td><td id="default-value">0 seconds</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The maximum amount of time allowed for a running SQL select query , zero means there is no limit. Max time less than 1 second will be equal to zero.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong>
 </td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Fetch Size</strong></td><td id="default-value">0</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The number of result rows to be fetched from the result set at a time. This is a hint to the driver and may not be honored and/or exact. If the value specified is zero, then the hint is ignored.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Max Rows Per Flow File</strong></td><td id="default-value">0</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The maximum number of result rows that will be included in a single FlowFile. This will allow you to break up very large result sets into multiple FlowFiles. If the value specified is zero, then all rows are returned in a single FlowFile.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Maximum Number of Fragments</strong></td><td id="default-value">0</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">T
 he maximum number of fragments. If the value specified is zero, then all fragments are returned. This prevents OutOfMemoryError when this processor ingests huge table.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Normalize Table/Column Names</strong></td><td id="default-value">false</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>true</li><li>false</li></ul></td><td id="description">Whether to change non-Avro-compatible characters in column names to Avro-compatible characters. For example, colons and periods will be changed to underscores in order to build a valid Avro record.</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Use Avro Logical Types</strong></td><td id="default-value">false</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>true</li><li>false</li></ul></td><td id="description">Whether to use Avro Logical Types for DECIMAL/NUMBER, DATE, TIME and TIMESTAMP columns. If disabled, written as string. If enabled, Logical types are used and written as its underlying 
 type, specifically, DECIMAL/NUMBER as logical 'decimal': written as bytes with additional precision and scale meta data, DATE as logical 'date-millis': written as int denoting days since Unix epoch (1970-01-01), TIME as logical 'time-millis': written as int denoting milliseconds since Unix epoch, and TIMESTAMP as logical 'timestamp-millis': written as long denoting milliseconds since Unix epoch. If a reader of written Avro records also knows these logical types, then these values can be deserialized with more context depending on reader implementation.</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Default Decimal Precision</strong></td><td id="default-value">10</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">When a DECIMAL/NUMBER value is written as a 'decimal' Avro logical type, a specific 'precision' denoting number of available digits is required. Generally, precision is defined by column data type definition or database engines default. However undefined precision (0) can be return
 ed from some database engines. 'Default Decimal Precision' is used when writing those undefined precision numbers.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Default Decimal Scale</strong></td><td id="default-value">0</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">When a DECIMAL/NUMBER value is written as a 'decimal' Avro logical type, a specific 'scale' denoting number of available decimal digits is required. Generally, scale is defined by column data type definition or database engines default. However when undefined precision (0) is returned, scale can also be uncertain with some database engines. 'Default Decimal Scale' is used when writing those undefined numbers. If a value has more decimals than specified scale, then the value will be rounded-up, e.g. 1.53 becomes 2 with scale 0, and 1.5 with scale 1.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name">Additional WHERE clause</td><td id="d
 efault-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">A custom clause to be added in the WHERE condition when generating SQL requests.<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr></table><h3>Dynamic Properties: </h3><p>Dynamic Properties allow the user to specify both the name and value of a property.<table id="dynamic-properties"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Value</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td id="name">Initial Max Value</td><td id="value">Attribute Expression Language</td><td>Specifies an initial max value for max value columns. Properties should be added in the format `initial.maxvalue.{max_value_column}`.</td></tr></table></p><h3>Relationships: </h3><table id="relationships"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td>success</td><td>Successfully created FlowFile from SQL query result set.</td></tr></table><h3>Reads Attributes: </h3>None specified.<h3>Writes Attributes: </h3><table id="writes-attributes"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Description
 </th></tr><tr><td>tablename</td><td>Name of the table being queried</td></tr><tr><td>querydbtable.row.count</td><td>The number of rows selected by the query</td></tr><tr><td>fragment.identifier</td><td>If 'Max Rows Per Flow File' is set then all FlowFiles from the same query result set will have the same value for the fragment.identifier attribute. This can then be used to correlate the results.</td></tr><tr><td>fragment.count</td><td>If 'Max Rows Per Flow File' is set then this is the total number of  FlowFiles produced by a single ResultSet. This can be used in conjunction with the fragment.identifier attribute in order to know how many FlowFiles belonged to the same incoming ResultSet.</td></tr><tr><td>fragment.index</td><td>If 'Max Rows Per Flow File' is set then the position of this FlowFile in the list of outgoing FlowFiles that were all derived from the same result set FlowFile. This can be used in conjunction with the fragment.identifier attribute to know which FlowFiles ori
 ginated from the same query result set and in what order  FlowFiles were produced</td></tr><tr><td>maxvalue.*</td><td>Each attribute contains the observed maximum value of a specified 'Maximum-value Column'. The suffix of the attribute is the name of the column</td></tr></table><h3>State management: </h3><table id="stateful"><tr><th>Scope</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td>CLUSTER</td><td>After performing a query on the specified table, the maximum values for the specified column(s) will be retained for use in future executions of the query. This allows the Processor to fetch only those records that have max values greater than the retained values. This can be used for incremental fetching, fetching of newly added rows, etc. To clear the maximum values, clear the state of the processor per the State Management documentation</td></tr></table><h3>Restricted: </h3>This component is not restricted.<h3>Input requirement: </h3>This component does not allow an incoming relationship.<h3>S
 ee Also:</h3><p><a href="../org.apache.nifi.processors.standard.GenerateTableFetch/index.html">GenerateTableFetch</a>, <a href="../org.apache.nifi.processors.standard.ExecuteSQL/index.html">ExecuteSQL</a></p></body></html>
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+    		QueryRecord provides users a tremendous amount of power by leveraging an extremely well-known
+    		syntax (SQL) to route, filter, transform, and query data as it traverses the system. In order to
+    		provide the Processor with the maximum amount of flexibility, it is configured with a Controller
+    		Service that is responsible for reading and parsing the incoming FlowFiles and a Controller Service
+    		that is responsible for writing the results out. By using this paradigm, users are not forced to
+    		convert their data from one format to another just to query it, and then transform the data back
+    		into the form that they want. Rather, the appropriate Controller Service can easily be configured
+    		and put to use for the appropriate data format. 
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+    		Rather than providing a single "SQL SELECT Statement" type of Property, this Processor makes use
+    		of user-defined properties. Each user-defined property that is added to the Processor has a name
+    		that becomes a new Relationship for the Processor and a corresponding SQL query that will be evaluated
+    		against each FlowFile. This allows multiple SQL queries to be run against each FlowFile.
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+<!DOCTYPE html><html lang="en"><head><meta charset="utf-8"></meta><title>QueryRecord</title><link rel="stylesheet" href="../../../../../css/component-usage.css" type="text/css"></link></head><script type="text/javascript">window.onload = function(){if(self==top) { document.getElementById('nameHeader').style.display = "inherit"; } }</script><body><h1 id="nameHeader" style="display: none;">QueryRecord</h1><h2>Description: </h2><p>Evaluates one or more SQL queries against the contents of a FlowFile. The result of the SQL query then becomes the content of the output FlowFile. This can be used, for example, for field-specific filtering, transformation, and row-level filtering. Columns can be renamed, simple calculations and aggregations performed, etc. The Processor is configured with a Record Reader Controller Service and a Record Writer service so as to allow flexibility in incoming and outgoing data formats. The Processor must be configured with at least one user-defined property. The
  name of the Property is the Relationship to route data to, and the value of the Property is a SQL SELECT statement that is used to specify how input data should be transformed/filtered. The SQL statement must be valid ANSI SQL and is powered by Apache Calcite. If the transformation fails, the original FlowFile is routed to the 'failure' relationship. Otherwise, the data selected will be routed to the associated relationship. If the Record Writer chooses to inherit the schema from the Record, it is important to note that the schema that is inherited will be from the ResultSet, rather than the input Record. This allows a single instance of the QueryRecord processor to have multiple queries, each of which returns a different set of columns and aggregations. As a result, though, the schema that is derived will have no schema name, so it is important that the configured Record Writer not attempt to write the Schema Name as an attribute if inheriting the Schema from the Record. See the P
 rocessor Usage documentation for more information.</p><p><a href="additionalDetails.html">Additional Details...</a></p><h3>Tags: </h3><p>sql, query, calcite, route, record, transform, select, update, modify, etl, filter, record, csv, json, logs, text, avro, aggregate</p><h3>Properties: </h3><p>In the list below, the names of required properties appear in <strong>bold</strong>. Any other properties (not in bold) are considered optional. The table also indicates any default values.</p><table id="properties"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Default Value</th><th>Allowable Values</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Record Reader</strong></td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"><strong>Controller Service API: </strong><br/>RecordReaderFactory<br/><strong>Implementations: </strong><a href="../../../nifi-record-serialization-services-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.csv.CSVReader/index.html">CSVReader</a><br/><a href="../../../nifi-scripting-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.reco
 rd.script.ScriptedReader/index.html">ScriptedReader</a><br/><a href="../../../nifi-record-serialization-services-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.grok.GrokReader/index.html">GrokReader</a><br/><a href="../../../nifi-record-serialization-services-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.json.JsonTreeReader/index.html">JsonTreeReader</a><br/><a href="../../../nifi-record-serialization-services-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.avro.AvroReader/index.html">AvroReader</a><br/><a href="../../../nifi-record-serialization-services-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.json.JsonPathReader/index.html">JsonPathReader</a></td><td id="description">Specifies the Controller Service to use for parsing incoming data and determining the data's schema</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Record Writer</strong></td><td id="default-value"></td><td id="allowable-values"><strong>Controller Service API: </strong><br/>RecordSetWriterFactory<br/><strong>Implementations: </strong><a href="../../../nifi-record-serialization-services-nar/1.5.0/org.apache
 .nifi.text.FreeFormTextRecordSetWriter/index.html">FreeFormTextRecordSetWriter</a><br/><a href="../../../nifi-record-serialization-services-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.csv.CSVRecordSetWriter/index.html">CSVRecordSetWriter</a><br/><a href="../../../nifi-record-serialization-services-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.avro.AvroRecordSetWriter/index.html">AvroRecordSetWriter</a><br/><a href="../../../nifi-record-serialization-services-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.json.JsonRecordSetWriter/index.html">JsonRecordSetWriter</a><br/><a href="../../../nifi-scripting-nar/1.5.0/org.apache.nifi.record.script.ScriptedRecordSetWriter/index.html">ScriptedRecordSetWriter</a></td><td id="description">Specifies the Controller Service to use for writing results to a FlowFile</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Include Zero Record FlowFiles</strong></td><td id="default-value">true</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>true</li><li>false</li></ul></td><td id="description">When running the SQL statement against an incom
 ing FlowFile, if the result has no data, this property specifies whether or not a FlowFile will be sent to the corresponding relationship</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Cache Schema</strong></td><td id="default-value">true</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>true</li><li>false</li></ul></td><td id="description">Parsing the SQL query and deriving the FlowFile's schema is relatively expensive. If this value is set to true, the Processor will cache these values so that the Processor is much more efficient and much faster. However, if this is done, then the schema that is derived for the first FlowFile processed must apply to all FlowFiles. If all FlowFiles will not have the exact same schema, or if the SQL SELECT statement uses the Expression Language, this value should be set to false.</td></tr></table><h3>Dynamic Properties: </h3><p>Dynamic Properties allow the user to specify both the name and value of a property.<table id="dynamic-properties"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Value</th><t
 h>Description</th></tr><tr><td id="name">The name of the relationship to route data to</td><td id="value">A SQL SELECT statement that is used to determine what data should be routed to this relationship.</td><td>Each user-defined property specifies a SQL SELECT statement to run over the data, with the data that is selected being routed to the relationship whose name is the property name<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr></table></p><h3>Relationships: </h3><table id="relationships"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td>failure</td><td>If a FlowFile fails processing for any reason (for example, the SQL statement contains columns not present in input data), the original FlowFile it will be routed to this relationship</td></tr><tr><td>original</td><td>The original FlowFile is routed to this relationship</td></tr></table><h3>Dynamic Relationships: </h3><p>A Dynamic Relationship may be created based on how the user configures the Processor.<table
  id="dynamic-relationships"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td>&lt;Property Name&gt;</td><td>Each user-defined property defines a new Relationship for this Processor.</td></tr></table></p><h3>Reads Attributes: </h3>None specified.<h3>Writes Attributes: </h3><table id="writes-attributes"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td>mime.type</td><td>Sets the mime.type attribute to the MIME Type specified by the Record Writer</td></tr><tr><td>record.count</td><td>The number of records selected by the query</td></tr></table><h3>State management: </h3>This component does not store state.<h3>Restricted: </h3>This component is not restricted.<h3>Input requirement: </h3>This component requires an incoming relationship.</body></html>
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 ssion-language-guide.html">NiFi Expression Language</a>.</p><table id="properties"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Default Value</th><th>Allowable Values</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Search Value</strong></td><td id="default-value">(?s)(^.*$)</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The Search Value to search for in the FlowFile content. Only used for 'Literal Replace' and 'Regex Replace' matching strategies<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Replacement Value</strong></td><td id="default-value">$1</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The value to insert using the 'Replacement Strategy'. Using "Regex Replace" back-references to Regular Expression capturing groups are supported, but back-references that reference capturing groups that do not exist in the regular expression will be treated as literal value. Back References may also be referenced using the Expression Language, as '$
 1', '$2', etc. The single-tick marks MUST be included, as these variables are not "Standard" attribute names (attribute names must be quoted unless they contain only numbers, letters, and _).<br/><strong>Supports Expression Language: true</strong></td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Character Set</strong></td><td id="default-value">UTF-8</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">The Character Set in which the file is encoded</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Maximum Buffer Size</strong></td><td id="default-value">1 MB</td><td id="allowable-values"></td><td id="description">Specifies the maximum amount of data to buffer (per file or per line, depending on the Evaluation Mode) in order to apply the replacement. If 'Entire Text' (in Evaluation Mode) is selected and the FlowFile is larger than this value, the FlowFile will be routed to 'failure'. In 'Line-by-Line' Mode, if a single line is larger than this value, the FlowFile will be routed to 'failure'. A default value of
  1 MB is provided, primarily for 'Entire Text' mode. In 'Line-by-Line' Mode, a value such as 8 KB or 16 KB is suggested. This value is ignored if the &lt;Replacement Strategy&gt; property is set to one of: Append, Prepend, Always Replace</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Replacement Strategy</strong></td><td id="default-value">Regex Replace</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>Prepend <img src="../../../../../html/images/iconInfo.png" alt="Insert the Replacement Value at the beginning of the FlowFile or the beginning of each line (depending on the Evaluation Mode). For &quot;Line-by-Line&quot; Evaluation Mode, the value will be prepended to each line. For &quot;Entire Text&quot; evaluation mode, the value will be prepended to the entire text." title="Insert the Replacement Value at the beginning of the FlowFile or the beginning of each line (depending on the Evaluation Mode). For &quot;Line-by-Line&quot; Evaluation Mode, the value will be prepended to each line. For &quot;Entire T
 ext&quot; evaluation mode, the value will be prepended to the entire text."></img></li><li>Append <img src="../../../../../html/images/iconInfo.png" alt="Insert the Replacement Value at the end of the FlowFile or the end of each line (depending on the Evaluation Mode). For &quot;Line-by-Line&quot; Evaluation Mode, the value will be appended to each line. For &quot;Entire Text&quot; evaluation mode, the value will be appended to the entire text." title="Insert the Replacement Value at the end of the FlowFile or the end of each line (depending on the Evaluation Mode). For &quot;Line-by-Line&quot; Evaluation Mode, the value will be appended to each line. For &quot;Entire Text&quot; evaluation mode, the value will be appended to the entire text."></img></li><li>Regex Replace <img src="../../../../../html/images/iconInfo.png" alt="Interpret the Search Value as a Regular Expression and replace all matches with the Replacement Value. The Replacement Value may reference Capturing Groups use
 d in the Search Value by using a dollar-sign followed by the Capturing Group number, such as $1 or $2. If the Search Value is set to .* then everything is replaced without even evaluating the Regular Expression." title="Interpret the Search Value as a Regular Expression and replace all matches with the Replacement Value. The Replacement Value may reference Capturing Groups used in the Search Value by using a dollar-sign followed by the Capturing Group number, such as $1 or $2. If the Search Value is set to .* then everything is replaced without even evaluating the Regular Expression."></img></li><li>Literal Replace <img src="../../../../../html/images/iconInfo.png" alt="Search for all instances of the Search Value and replace the matches with the Replacement Value." title="Search for all instances of the Search Value and replace the matches with the Replacement Value."></img></li><li>Always Replace <img src="../../../../../html/images/iconInfo.png" alt="Always replaces the entire li
 ne or the entire contents of the FlowFile (depending on the value of the &lt;Evaluation Mode&gt; property) and does not bother searching for any value. When this strategy is chosen, the &lt;Search Value&gt; property is ignored." title="Always replaces the entire line or the entire contents of the FlowFile (depending on the value of the &lt;Evaluation Mode&gt; property) and does not bother searching for any value. When this strategy is chosen, the &lt;Search Value&gt; property is ignored."></img></li></ul></td><td id="description">The strategy for how and what to replace within the FlowFile's text content.</td></tr><tr><td id="name"><strong>Evaluation Mode</strong></td><td id="default-value">Entire text</td><td id="allowable-values"><ul><li>Line-by-Line</li><li>Entire text</li></ul></td><td id="description">Run the 'Replacement Strategy' against each line separately (Line-by-Line) or buffer the entire file into memory (Entire Text) and run against that.</td></tr></table><h3>Relations
 hips: </h3><table id="relationships"><tr><th>Name</th><th>Description</th></tr><tr><td>success</td><td>FlowFiles that have been successfully processed are routed to this relationship. This includes both FlowFiles that had text replaced and those that did not.</td></tr><tr><td>failure</td><td>FlowFiles that could not be updated are routed to this relationship</td></tr></table><h3>Reads Attributes: </h3>None specified.<h3>Writes Attributes: </h3>None specified.<h3>State management: </h3>This component does not store state.<h3>Restricted: </h3>This component is not restricted.<h3>Input requirement: </h3>This component requires an incoming relationship.</body></html>
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