Google Sheets Output
Lets you write data into a sheet (existing or not) IMPORTANT NOTE : The API writes data in a "user entered mode" as if you were typing in the cells. That means the cells are interpreted by google after insert. Notice that it is better to transmit STRINGS to the transform to make it work reliably. Especially numbers can cause issues. Use a
Select Values transform to convert to String values.
IMPORTANT Make sure to specify an option to give RW (read/write) rights or domain wise rights. See below for the options. The easiest way is to specify an email address to share rights with.
Lets you pick your Google service account client secret json file. Lets you test your access to the API. On success, you should see the following screen
Spreadsheet key : Lets you specify or browse for spreadsheets existing in the service account drive or for the ones that are shared with the service account email. If you type in a sheet name (that does not exist in the drive) it will attempt to create a sheet it the
createcheckbox is ticked.
Worksheet Id : Should be browsed form the selected spreadsheet key. If you want to create a new file, type in any key that will become the name of the worksheet in the created spreadsheet
Append checkbox : Appends the lines without the header to an existing spreadsheet. This is incompatible with the create option below.
Create a sheet if it does not exist checkbox : If this checkbox is checked then if the Spreadsheet Key specified in the field Spreadsheet key does not exist it will create a new spreadsheet within the service account drive (note that this account has no UI)
Share with email : That is why the Share with user email field lets you specify the email of a user who will get full rights on the freshly created file.
Domain Wise Permission : Enables to share with your whole domain (if configured in Google Drive). For security concerns we share only with READ rights.
All the input fields of the transform are written to the output file.