@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis

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@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis

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Pipe data from and to google spreadsheet


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Read

@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis > data.csv
@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis --json > data.ndjson

Write

cat data.csv | @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis
cat data.ndjson | @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis --json

Install

npm install -g @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis

Then:

  1. Create a Google authentication token and make sure the account (or the service account) can access the spreadsheets you plan to use.
  2. Create a rc file with your authentication token

Configuration

Google authentication token

You need to create a Google authentication token for the Google Sheet Api: either a service account or a OAuth 2 token to use your own account.

Once created, put your credentials in a rc file as described below.

Rc file

The rc file must contain the credential key with the google authentication token created previously. You can add any other @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis options (see @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis --help). The location of the rc file depend on your needs: either at a standard rc file path or specified using the --settings option.

You can too try the new (alpha) @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis config generator which supports Oauth2 authentication: @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis init

Exemple:

// .@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilisrc
{
  // Your google authentication token created previously:
  "credential": {
    "type": "service_account",
    "project_id": "xxxxx",
    "private_key_id": "xxxxx",
    "private_key": "xxxxx",
    "client_email": "xxxxx@xxxxx",
    "client_id": "xxxxx",
    "auth_uri": "https://accounts.google.com/o/oauth2/auth",
    "token_uri": "https://accounts.google.com/o/oauth2/token",
    "auth_provider_x509_cert_url": "https://www.googleapis.com/oauth2/v1/certs",
    "client_x509_cert_url": "https://www.googleapis.com/robot/v1/metadata/x509/xxxxx"
  },
  // You can set default value for any @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis command line options...
  "id": "spreadsheet id", // The document id from the spreadsheet url
  "sheet": "My Sheet",    // The sheet title in your document
  "json": true
  // ...
}

Usage

The examples below depends on the availability of a rc file containing a valid credential, a spreadsheet document id and a sheet title.

Write data to Google Spreadsheet

# Pipe csv to @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis (append new rows to the sheet)
cat mydocument.csv | @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis

# Or read a csv file
@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis --input mydocument.csv

# Choose the document and the sheet (or use configuration file):
cat mydocument.csv | @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis --id="ya29.GlsiBTHclgwXhCs3dJZHp" --sheet "My Sheet"

# Clear sheet first (replace)
cat mydocument.csv | @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis --replace

# Pipe line delimited json instead of csv
cat mydocument.ndjson | @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis --json

Read data from Google Spreadsheet

# Read sheet
@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis

# Choose the document and the sheet (or use configuration file):
@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis --id="ya29.GlsiBTHclgwXhCs3dJZHp" --sheet "My Sheet"

# Limit reading range with A1 notation
# https://developers.google.com/sheets/api/guides/concepts#a1_notation
@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis --range="A:C"
@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis --range="A1:C4"
@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis --range="1:4"
@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis --range="My Sheet!1:4" # Override sheet

# Change csv output (same options than for input):
@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis --csv-separator ";"

# output as line delimited json instead of csv
@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis --json

# Write output to a file
@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis > myfile.csv
@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis --output myfile.csv

Options

See too @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis --help for detailed command line usage, options and default values.

The API use the camelCase version for the dashed options names. Every option can be set in the rc file using either camelCase or kebab-case format.

  • --id Identifier of the spreadsheet document The spreadsheet document id is the long unique identifier in the URL of the document looking like Dh9CsT4eXiTeKQLWZLpM..
  • --sheet Title of the sheet in the document
  • --replace Write in overwrite mode: replace the content of the sheet (the default behavior is to append new rows at the end)
  • --verbose Be verbose about what is done (on stderr)
  • --value-input Determines how input data should be interpreted (default: USER_ENTERED) (more)
  • --major-dimension Indicates which dimension read operation should apply to (default: ROWS) (more)
  • --value-render Determines how values should be rendered in the the output while reading (default: FORMATTED_VALUE) (more)
  • --date-time-render Determines how dates should be rendered in the the while reading (default: SERIAL_NUMBER) (more)
  • --max-buffer Buffer max size before flushing to spreadsheet (default: 1000). How many row of data should be sent at once to the spreadsheet while writing. A lower value would negatively impact speed and API usage limits, but it will produce atomic update of your document when used with light and slow stream of data (eg. a line-delimited-json log producer).
  • --range Fore reading: The A1 notation of the values to retrieve. Default is to select the whole sheet. Exemples: A1:D3 a 4x3 range, A:D the four first columns, 12:30 for lines from 12 to 30
  • --csv-separator Csv separator (both for the parser and the writer). Default to auto-detect and ,
  • --csv-quote Csv quote (both for the parser and the writer) Default to auto-detect and "
  • --csv-escape Csv quote escaping (both for the parser and the writer) Default to auto-detect and ""
  • --csv-newline Csv new line character Default to auto-detect and \n
  • --read-headers (default: true) The first chunk in the input feed should be used as headers (prefix with --no- to disable) If false:
    • When reading from json, this option has no effect.
    • When reading from csv, the first line is not interpreted as headers (and default headers are generated)
    • When reading from spreadsheet, the first line is not interpreted as headers (and default headers are generated)
  • --write-headers (default: true) The first chunk in the output feed should include headers If false:
    • When writing to json, this option has no effect.
    • When writing to csv the headers are omitted
    • When writing to spreadsheet the headers are omitted
  • --noheaders (default: false) Alias for --no-read-headers and --no-write-headers
  • --json Use new line delimited json parser and writer instead of csv as input and output.
  • --classic-json Input / output format should use classic json serializer and parser instead of line delimited json (read and produce a json array)
  • --input Set input file. Default is to read from stdin outside of a tty environment. Reading from stdin can be forced by setting this option to -.
  • --output Set output file. Default is to write to stdout. Writing to stdout can be forced by setting this option to -.
  • completion Generate bash completion code (@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis completion >> $HOME/.bashrc)

Api

const @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis = require('@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis')

const config = {
  // See below about creating a service account (required)
  credentials: require('./google-credentials.json')  

  // Spreadsheet id (see document's url) shared with the service account (required)
  id: '1jLPcDv0UaYIDh9CsT4eXiMeKQLWZLpMyAA7FjkO7Z3X',

  // The sheet title (required)
  sheet: 'My Sheet',

  // Clear sheet before adding value (default: false)
  // If true, every values in the sheet will be removed first.
  // The default behavior (replace: false) is to append rows at the bottom of
  // the sheet.
  // Headers are pushed only when replace is true or when the sheet is new.
  replace: false,

  // Input value option:
  // - USER_ENTERED: The values will be parsed as if the user typed them into the UI (the default)
  // - RAW: The values will be stored as-is.
  // See https://developers.google.com/sheets/api/reference/rest/v4/ValueInputOption
  valueInputOption: @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis.USER_ENTERED,

  // How many row must be keept in the stream buffer before flushing
  // data to the document (default: 5000)
  maxBuffer: 5000,

  // Verbose mode (default: false)
  verbose: false
}

// Create a stream
const stream = @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis(config)

// Pipe an object stream or write directly to the stream.
// The @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis stream supports to kind of object stream: Array or Object.
// Note that you can not push a mixed stream of array and object.

// Stream of Array:
// Each array is a row in the sheet. The first row will be interpreted has
// headers (unless readHeaders if false)
const stream1 = @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis(config)
stream1.write(['foo', 'bar'])
stream1.write(['4', '2'])
stream1.write(['7', '10'])
stream1.end()


// Stream of Object
const stream2 = @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis(config)
stream2.write({ foo: 4, bar: 2 })
stream2.write({ foo: 7, bar: 10 })
stream2.end()


// Pipe data from stdin (eg. with ndjson):
process.stdin
  .pipe(require('ndjson').parse())
  .pipe(@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis(config))

// Read a document
@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis.readDocument(config).then(values => console.log(values))

Create a service account

  1. Go to the Google Developers Console
  2. Select your project or create a new one (and then select it)
  3. Enable the Google Sheets API for your project
    • Search for "sheet"
    • In the sidebar on the left, expand APIs & auth > APIs
    • Click on "Google Sheets API"
    • Click the blue "Enable API" button
  4. Create a service account for your project
    • In the sidebar on the left, expand APIs & auth > Credentials
    • Click blue "Create credentials" button
    • Select the "Create service account key" option
    • Select "New service account"
    • Keep the "JSON" key type option selected
    • Click blue "Create" button and complete the form
    • Your JSON key file is generated and downloaded to your machine (it is the only copy!)
    • Note your service account's email address (also available in the JSON key file)
  5. Add the content of the JSON file in your @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis rc file (eg. ./.@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilisrc or ~/.config/@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis/config):
    {
      "credential": {
         "type": "service_account",
         "project_id": "xxxxx",
         "private_key_id": "xxxxx",
         "private_key": "xxxxx",
         "client_email": "xxxxx@xxxxx",
         "client_id": "xxxxx",
         "auth_uri": "https://accounts.google.com/o/oauth2/auth",
         "token_uri": "https://accounts.google.com/o/oauth2/token",
         "auth_provider_x509_cert_url": "https://www.googleapis.com/oauth2/v1/certs",
         "client_x509_cert_url": "https://www.googleapis.com/robot/v1/metadata/x509/xxxxx"
       }
    }
  6. Share the doc (or docs) with your service account using the email noted above

Create Oauth2 token

  1. Go to the Google Developers Console
  2. Select your project or create a new one (and then select it)
  3. Enable the Google Sheets API for your project
    • Search for "sheet"
    • In the sidebar on the left, expand APIs & auth > APIs
    • Click on "Google Sheets API"
    • Click the blue "Enable API" button
  4. Create a Oauth credential
    • In the sidebar on the left, expand APIs & auth > Credentials
    • Click blue "Create credentials" button
    • Select the "OAuth 2.0 client IDs" option
    • Select "Other" and give a name
    • Click blue "Create" button
    • Copy the client id (CLIENT_ID below) and the secret key (CLIENT_SECRET below)
  5. Edit you @hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis rc file (eg. ~/.config/@hishprorg/culpa-ea-facilis/config):
    {
      "type": "oauth2",
      "client_id": "CLIENT_ID",
      "client_secret": "CLIENT_SECRET",
      "tokens": { }
    }
  6. Complete the

(credit: node-google-spreadsheet)


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