Columns parameter was added to table import method. Columns for CSV without header can be now described from outside, order must match order in file. ParameterwithoutHeaders is deprecated from now.
You can delete existing dataset in GoodData project and reset it’s export status in configuration using Writer’s API, see our documentation.
Logical data model is available for each writer.
You can throw away your existing GoodData project and let the Writer create you fresh new one instead. Available through API so far, see our documentation.
A label shows transformation type in both transformations list and detail. Default mysql transformations are grey, redshift orange and remote transformations are red.
There are few new features allowing direct unloads from Redshift to Storage API:
- Sliced file uploads
- Table imports supports sliced files
- CSV files without headers can be imported
Both extractors and so their UIs are now able to generate URL link that alows to authorize google drive/analytics account without having access to the KBC at all. Moreover after client aproves his account, he will be asked to select sheets/profiles so the security is prevented.
In UI: find the generate external link tab as follows
for google drive extractor: click on “add sheet to extract” button
for google analytics extractor: click on “authorize” account
Generate the link and send it to the client.
- Fixed reset export status bug
- Writer maintenance mode - warning is shown when the writer is in maintenance mode and jobs are queued
- LDM change flag in jobs queue
Table can be exported to Files Storage. Read more in documentation.
We’re slowly rolling out support for transformations on Amazon Redshift. Both Transformation API and UI are undergoing slight changes you might notice. If you’re interested in using Amazon Redshift in your stack, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.