Hi. I am new to Airbyte. I have some questions I w...
# ask-community-for-troubleshooting
Hi. I am new to Airbyte. I have some questions I would like to ask. Question 1
Let's say I have 2 instances of Airbyte running,
respectively. In prod, the environment variables such as Database config would differ from dev (for obvious reasons 😅). Is there a way I can do CI/CD or automatically port the change made on dev to prod without having to recreate the Airbyte connection on prod manually?
I found this article, but I am not too sure if it is related https://airbytehq.slack.com/archives/C01MFR03D5W/p1636143791206800
Let's say I have 1 connection which has 1 source (
postgres-sandbox database
) and 1 destination (
bigquery-sandbox project
I would like to create Airbyte connection which will then sync the source to destination.
After testing out that this connection works, I want to be able to export the connection config but instead of using
postgres-sandbox database
bigquery-sandbox project
, I want to use
postgres-production database
bigquery-production project
Is there a proper way I can do this?
Question 2
I have noticed that, for any schema change to reflect on destination, I need to "Update the source schema". If I click on it, it will reset the setting and ask me to reselect all the tables that I want and set the sync mode and cursor field again. Is there any other way I could achieve the same result but less hassle?
Let's say I have 40 tables in this connection. Updating the source schema means I would then have to re-select all of these tables. It is not very convenient to do so.
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