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#shameless-plugs
Matthew Tovbin

Matthew Tovbin

09/27/2022, 7:11 PM
Resurfacing this again for the folks who missed it - https://airbytehq.slack.com/archives/C023W76QGE4/p1660340548555459 👋 Hi, folks! Here is a simple bash CLI we've built (kudos to @Christopher Wu) to run any Airbyte source & destination locally without the need to setup an :airbyte: Airbyte server. It can be very handy when you just have a single connection to run and not bother with Airbyte server setup shenanigans, or perhaps when you're troubleshooting a new source/destination during development or testing. Get it here - https://github.com/faros-ai/airbyte-local-cli Usage example with Service Now source and Faros destination:
./airbyte-local.sh \
   --src 'farosai/airbyte-servicenow-source' \
   --src.username '<source_username>' \
   --src.password '<source_password>' \
   --src.url '<source_url>' \
   --dst 'farosai/airbyte-faros-destination' \
   --dst.faros_api_url '<faros_api_url>' \
   --dst.faros_api_key '<faros_api_key>' \
   --dst.graph 'default' \
   --state state.json \
   --check-connection
Marcos Marx (Airbyte)

Marcos Marx (Airbyte)

09/28/2022, 4:13 PM
@Chris Sean (Airbyte) look at this! 😮
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Tony Xiao

09/28/2022, 5:33 PM
this is incredible. Just what I was looking for that I didn’t even know I was looking for!
Chris Sean (Airbyte)

Chris Sean (Airbyte)

09/28/2022, 5:35 PM
Amazing 🙂
Matthew Tovbin

Matthew Tovbin

09/28/2022, 6:19 PM
Thank you. Kudos go to @Christopher Wu and Will on my team.
6:21 PM
BTW, would it be possible to mention this tool somewhere on Airbyte docs page? In a new section e.g.
Running locally
or perhaps under
Build a connector
- https://docs.airbyte.com/connector-development/