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CData Sync

Automated Continuous Monday.com Replication to MongoDB



Use CData Sync for automated, continuous, customizable Monday.com replication to MongoDB.

Always-on applications rely on automatic failover capabilities and real-time data access. CData Sync integrates live Monday.com data into your MongoDB instance, allowing you to consolidate all of your data into a single location for archiving, reporting, analytics, machine learning, artificial intelligence and more.

Configure MongoDB as a Replication Destination

Using CData Sync, you can replicate Monday.com data to MongoDB. To add a replication destination, navigate to the Connections tab.

  1. Click Add Connection.
  2. Select MongoDB as a destination.
  3. Enter the necessary connection properties. To connect to MongoDB, set the following:
    • Server: Set this to the name or address of the server where your MongoDB instance is running. You can specify the port here or in Port.
    • Database: Set this to the database you want to read from and write to.

    Connecting to CosmosDB with the MongoDB API

    To obtain the connection string needed to connect to a Cosmos DB account using the MongoDB API, log in to the Azure Portal, select Azure Cosmos DB, and select your account. In the Settings section, click Connection String and set the following values.

    • Server: Set this to the Host value, the FQDN of the server provisioned for your account. You can also specify the port here or in Port.
    • Port: Set this to the port.
    • Database: Set this to the database you want to read from and write to.
    • User: Set this to the database user.
    • Password: Set this to the user's password.

  4. Click Test Connection to ensure that the connection is configured properly.
  5. Click Save Changes.

Configure the Monday.com Connection

You can configure a connection to Monday.com from the Connections tab. To add a connection to your Monday.com account, navigate to the Connections tab.

  1. Click Add Connection.
  2. Select a source (Monday.com).
  3. Configure the connection properties.

    You can connect to Monday.com using either API Token authentication or OAuth authentication.

    Connecting with an API Token

    Connect to Monday.com by specifying the APIToken. Set the AuthScheme to Token and obtain APIToken as follows:

    1. Log in to your Monday.com account and navigate to Manage Applications in the left pane.
    2. Select the application that you would like to create a token for. You may need to create an application first.
    3. Click the Create token button to generate an APIToken.

    Connecting with OAuth Authentication

    Alternatively, you can establish a connection using OAuth (refer to the OAuth section of the Help documentation).

  4. Click Connect to ensure that the connection is configured properly.
  5. Click Save Changes.

Configure Replication Queries

CData Sync enables you to control replication with a point-and-click interface and with SQL queries. For each replication you wish to configure, navigate to the Jobs tab and click Add Job. Select the Source and Destination for your replication.

Replicate Entire Tables

To replicate an entire table, click Add Tables in the Tables section, choose the table(s) you wish to replicate, and click Add Selected Tables.

Customize Your Replication

You can use the Columns and Query tabs of a task to customize your replication. The Columns tab allows you to specify which columns to replicate, rename the columns at the destination, and even perform operations on the source data before replicating. The Query tab allows you to add filters, grouping, and sorting to the replication.

Schedule Your Replication

In the Schedule section, you can schedule a job to run automatically, configuring the job to run after specified intervals ranging from once every 10 minutes to once every month.

Once you have configured the replication job, click Save Changes. You can configure any number of jobs to manage the replication of your Monday.com data to MongoDB.