$ meroxa resources create sourcedb --type cosmosdb --url cosmosdb://$COSMOS_ACCOUNT_NAME:$COSMOS_PRIMARY_KEY@$COSMOS_ACCOUNT_NAME.documents.azure.com:443/$COSMOS_DATABASE
With the release of Meroxa CLI version v1.4.0, we've updated the output of the
connector describe command to display the error trace of failed connectors.
With Meroxa CLI version v1.3.0, we're introducing some changes on two commands that operate with Meroxa Connectors.
With Meroxa CLI version v1.2.0, we're adding the
--no-headers option to any command that lists a Meroxa Platform resource.
This option is useful when performing scripting operations that depends on a specific number.
Starting today, a public beta of the Microsoft SQL Server connector is available to all customers. The connector can be used as a source. Microsoft SQL Server resources can be provisioned in the typical manner in the dashboard or via the CLI:
$ meroxa resources create sourcedb --type sqlserver -u sqlserver://username:password@hostname:1433/dbname
A new Terraform Provider for Meroxa is available to all customers. The provider will enable you to provision, modify and destroy various objects on the Meroxa platform as code. This should make activities like rolling database credentials on the Meroxa Platform an automated process.
For more information, see the Meroxa Documentation on how to get started, or the provider on the Terraform Registry. For any questions or comments, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or open an issue in our GitHub repo.
Moving forward, we encourage all of our customers to use v1.0.0 and beyond to ensure the best possible experience interacting with our Meroxa Platform.
To get the latest on the CLI, check out the Installation Guide.