Dbt found two resources with the name in basic normalization process

  • Is this your first time deploying Airbyte?: Yes
  • OS Version / Instance: Amazon Linux 2
  • Memory / Disk: 15Gb / 100G
  • Deployment: Docker compose
  • Airbyte Version: 0.40.4
  • Source name/version: MySQL 0.6.9
  • Destination name/version: MySQL 0.1.20
  • Step: The issue is happening during normalization?
  • Description:

Hi team, I encountered a normalization error when I tried to replica a MySQL table,

dbt found two resources with the name "tablename_ab1". Since these resources have the same name,
  dbt will be unable to find the correct resource when ref("tablename_ab1") is used. To fix this,
  change the name of one of these resources:
  - model.airbyte_utils.tablename_ab1 (models/generated/airbyte_ctes/database1/tablename_ab1.sql)
  - model.airbyte_utils.tablename_ab1 (models/generated/airbyte_ctes/database2/tablename_ab1.sql)

I know why this error happens, because I have 2 different tables, they are in 2 different source databases, but with the same tablename, so Airbyte uses the same model name because it only fetches the filename of the source stream without the namespace name, which confuses dbt. so how can I solve this kind of error? please help me, thanks!

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Hey you can use the prefix option in the connection settings