Amazon DynamoDB

Amazon DynamoDB + Docparser Integrations

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Parsed Document Data Available

Triggers whenever a new Document is processed and parsed data is available.

Create Item

Create a new item.

New Table

Triggers when you add a new table.

Upload Document

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).

New Item

Triggers when you add a new item.

Fetch Document From URL

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).

Parsed Table Row Available

Triggers whenever a new Document is processed and parsed table rows are available.

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Amazon's DynamoDB is a fast NoSQL database service. It is fully managed, simple and cost-effective. It can store and retrieve any amount of data and serve any level of request traffic.

Docparser converts your PDF documents into structured and easy-to-handle data. With Docparser you can pull out specific data fields (e.g. Purchase Order Number, Date, Shipping Address, ...) and tabular data from your documents.

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