You can write Arm Treasure Data job results directly to your Eloqua contact records. You use a connector and TD query job results to add contacts to Eloqua Contact lists.
You use this same connector to import Eloqua data into Treasure Data. See Data Connector for Oracle Eloqua (ALPHA).
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- Basic knowledge of Treasure Data, including the toolbelt.
- A Eloqua account with API access enable.
Note: The following query example does not match any real users and is for demonstration purposes only.
Choose saved connection
When you select
Output results and click
Done, the dialog
Choose Saved Connection displays. Select an existing Eloqua connection, as shown, or follow the next step on how to create a new connection within the Sources Catalog.
After choosing the saved connection, you see an
Additional configuration panel.
Provide the target, which is the Contact List name into which data is to be inserted.
Note: Identifier field name is used to verify the existence of the contact, if the contact does not exist in Eloqua, then the contact is imported into Eloqua first then added to the specified contact list.
Run the Query to Populate a contact list
On Treasure Data console, in the query section, run the query to import the results into Eloqua using the connector.