2. As you can see, they are saved in separated tables named 'cattle_auction_data' and 'cattle_auction_invalid_data' after going through UpdateRecord processor to add a column with the original filename.
Here is what I am trying to do. The Query Record processor performs two sql queries, 'valid' and 'invalid'
I would like to log the sql queries and their time of execution, make them go through updaterecord processor to add a column with the filename and save them into the table named 'validation-log' . that the final product looks like below
filename | sql_query | time_of_execution
2022.csv | select * from FLOWFILE where gradenm= '999'... | 22-07-14 07:33:26
2022.csv | select * from FLOWFILE where gradenm<> '999'.. | 22-07-14 07:33:26
I think that 'executequery.query.executiontime' attribute can deal with the time of execution part, but I don't know how to log the sqlquery and eventually save them into a table. A lot of awesome people gave me answers in previous posts but since I am a NB to Nifi I had to ask another question here. Thanks for the help in advance