If you've ever spent too much time copying data by hand from PDF files, this integration is for you. Once active, Zapier will capture the information Docparser extracts from new uploaded files and copy it into your MySQL table, adding a new row for each result you get from Docparser.
Note: This Zap will trigger once per document if you're only parsing for single data points, or once per row if you're parsing for tabular data.
How this Docparser-MySQL integration works
- Docparser extracts data fields from a PDF document
- Zapier takes the extracted data fields and creates a new record in your MySQL database
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Triggers whenever a new Document is processed and parsed data is available.
Uploads a new document to Docparser which will immediately begin parsing after reception. (To receive the parsing results, you'll need a separate Zap listening for the "New Parsed Data Available" Trigger).
Triggered when a new row is added or modified.
Fetches a new document from a publicly accessible URL and imports it into Docparser to begin parsing. (To receive the parsing results, you'll need a separate Zap listening for the "New Parsed Data Available" Trigger).
Triggered when new rows are returned from a custom query that you provide. Advanced Users Only
Updates an existing row.
Triggered when you add a new row.
Adds a new row.
Triggers whenever a new Document is processed and parsed table rows are available.