This writer sends tables as CSV or other files into a single Dropbox account.
Create New Configuration
Find the Dropbox writer in the list of writers and create a new configuration. Name it.
As the next step, click the Authorize Account button. Select one of the two authorization methods:
- Instant – Use this if you have access to the Dropbox account; the authorization will be done immediately.
- External – If you need to authorize access to the service from someone who does not have an account in KBC,
you can generate an external link, which will guide them through this process.
You may specify Storage tables or files to be written to the target Dropbox account.
- To specify tables, click the New Table Input button, and select the table you want to send to Dropbox.
Filename is the name of the destination file, the directory
/data/in/tables/ is ignored.
- To specify files, click New File Input and specify a file tag or Elastic Query string.
The written files will be available in the Apps/Keboola Connection Writer V2 folder in Dropbox. You can optionally specify
an additional subfolder in this folder in the
Destination folder setting. In the above screenshot, the files would be saved
in the folder
Apps/Keboola Connection Writer V2/samples/monthly. The configuration can write as many tables and files as you wish.