I am trying to replicate the data for projects & Project label from gitlab to Amazon S3 bucket but no data is being emitted from the source side although data exists in the gitlab.
Documentation for airbyte showing that the connector outputs streams project label
Project label existing in my gitlab
Selected the following streams for replication
Sync ran shows that no records are emitted or committed
Logs for the sync ran
logs-15468.txt (29.0 KB)
I think this is might be related to this bug. Feel free to share that you are affected by this and upvote this issue. You can also try to fix it yourself if you feel comfortable with Python programming.
My issue is a bit different from the above attached bug as my Project exist directly under the Group in Gitlab but still it is not picking up the data for the streams.
In my case, its not picking up any data from the project level. It is only replicating data that exist at the group level.
I have tried different scenarios listed below:
Project existing in a subgroup
Project existing in a group
Project existing directly in namespace (project doesn’t belong to any group).
In all the above mentioned scenarios, still data is not replicated for the project like project labels, members, milestones, issues, merge requests etc.
Could you please share a screenshot of your Gitlab connector configuration (do not show the private token)?
I tried to reproduce the following scenario (running GitLab connector version
0.1.4). I was able to successfully run a sync of the
projects stream and I do have Gitlab projects data written to my destination.
Maybe the error comes from your source configuration on the projects field, the connector requests to name the projects like
I took the URL encoded group and project name from a Gitlab URL:
please find the attached screenshot for gitlab connecor configurations
Right, this might be the issue as i am directly giving the project name instead of specifying the group name with it
Yes, please try with
projects : cdpaas/cdpaas
My issue is resolved.
Thank you for your timely assistance, much appreciated.
Please let me know, how can i close this ticket and leave a feedback for you!
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