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Get the specified publications object.
||An outputObject is a definition of one or more types of outputs and how they are generated. It must be associated with a recipe.
NOTE: An outputObject must be created for a recipe before you can run a job on it. One and only one outputObject can be associated with a recipe.
||A writeSettings object defines file-based outputs within an outputObject. Settings include path, format, compression, and delimiters.|
||A publications object is used to specify a table-based output and is associated with an outputObject. Settings include the connection to use, path, table type, and write action to apply.|
NOTE: Each request to the Trifacta® platform must include authentication credentials. See API Authentication.
Request URI - Example:
Query parameter reference:
The following query parameters can be submitted with this endpoint:
|Query Parameter||Data Type||Description|
Comma-separated list of objects to include part of the response.
If set to
For more information, see API Common Query Parameters v4.
Response Status Code - Success:
200 - OK
Response Body Example:
|path||Path to the database where the table is to be written.|
|id||Internal identifier of the publications object|
|tableName||Name of the table to write|
Type of table that you are writing. Example values:
The write action to apply to the table, in the event that the table exists:
|createdAt||Timestamp for when the publications object was created|
|updatedAt||Timestamp for when the publications object was last updated|
|creator.id||Internal identifier of the user who created the object|
|updater.id||Internal identifier of the user who last updated the object|
|outputObject.id||Internal identifier of the outputobject with which the publication object is associated|
|connection.id||Internal identifier of the connection to use when publishing|
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