Creating a MongoDB source node - Amazon Glue
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Creating a MongoDB source node

Prerequisites needed

  • A Amazon Glue MongoDB connection, as described in the previous section, Creating a MongoDB connection.

  • If you chose to create an Secrets Manager secret, appropriate permissions on your job to read the secret used by the connection.

  • A MongoDB collection you would like to read from. You will need identification information for the collection.

    A MongoDB collection is identified by a database name and a collection name, mongodbName, mongodbCollection.

Adding a MongoDB data source

To add a Data source – MongoDB node:
  1. Choose the connection for your MongoDB data source. Since you have created it, it should be available in the dropdown. If you need to create a connection, choose Create MongoDB connection. For more information see the previous section, Creating a MongoDB connection.

    Once you have chosen a connection, you can view the connection properties by clicking View properties.

  2. Choose a Database. Enter mongodbName.

  3. Choose a Collection. Enter mongodbCollection.

  4. Choose your Partitioner, Partition size (MB) and Partition key. For more information about partition parameters, see "connectionType": "mongodb" as source.

  5. In Custom MongoDB properties, enter parameters and values as needed.