ODBC Driver for HubSpot

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Executing Queries

This section describes how to execute queries using MySQL remoting from any tool that can connect to MySQL.

When executing queries, use a two-part name, in the format:

[<Schema Name>].[<Table Name>] 
  • Schema Name is the name of the system schema or user-defined schema. (This is normally the service name.)
  • Table Name is the name of the table you are copying data from.

SELECT Statements

To create new records:
SELECT * FROM [HubSpot].[Contacts] WHERE VID = '123456789' 
Note: MySQL treats identifiers as case-insensitive, even if the data source supports case-sensitive identifiers. This can be a problem when the database contains multiple tables of the same name in a single schema, because when using MySQL it is not possible to query tables of the same name that only vary by upper or lower case-sensitive (for example, a schema with one table named Account, and a second table named ACCOUNT).


To insert, update, or delete a single row of data against a writeable database, use the two-part name. For example:
INSERT INTO [HubSpot].[Contacts] (VID) VALUES ('123456789'); 

Bulk Operations

To perform bulk operations, use syntax similar to the following:

You can run a bulk INSERT using a SELECT query in place of a VALUES list.

INSERT INTO [HubSpot].[Contacts] ([VID]) 
SELECT [VID] FROM [Local_Contacts] 
You can run a bulk UPATE using a JOIN with a local table.
UPDATE [HubSpot].[Contacts]  
INNER JOIN [Local_Contacts] ON [Local_Contacts].[Id] = [HubSpot].[Contacts].[Id] 
SET [HubSpot].[Contacts].[VID].[Local_VID] 
You can run a bulk DELETE using the IN filter with sub-SELECT query.
DELETE FROM [HubSpot].[Contacts WHERE [Id] IN (SELECT [Id] FROM Local_Contacts) 

Execute Stored Procedures

To execute the stored procedure, use:
Call CreateJob('Insert')

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