Postgres-destination: specify target table


I am using the same stream ("ads_reports" from airbyte/source-tiktok-marketing:0.1.15) to fetch 2 reports with different granularity (day and lifetime), and I need to write the data into 2 different tables (in the same schema), but they currently get written to the same table.

I would like to know if it is possible to achieve that.

I am using airbyte/destination-postgres:0.3.20

Thank you in advance

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Hi @iberchid! Do you have two separate connections running for these angularities?

Hi @natalyjazzviolin, I am using 2 different config_source files for Tiktok to get the different granularities, but the same config_destination.

I think it may be getting synced to the same table because of the one config destination. Would you be willing to try having 2 different connections for this?

Yes exactly, I was wondering if it is possible to also set the target table name somehow, not just the DB and the schema, without having to set a completely new database…

It’s not currently possible, but there is a GitHub issue for this, so keep an eye on it: