We now use the
is_primary_attribution column of the
EVENT table for primary key hashing. To generate the hash of the primary key, we use the following logic :
- For an event on or before
2021-11-10T00:00:00Z, we use the existing column list.
- For an event after
2021-11-10T00:00:00Z, we use the existing column list and the
The AppsFlyer connector now supports syncing Data Locker events from your custom AWS S3 buckets. Previously, we only supported Data Locker events from AppsFlyer-managed buckets. See our setup instructions for more information.
You can now configure your AppsFlyer connector using the Fivetran REST API. This feature is in BETA and is available only for Standard and Enterprise accounts.
Data collection using Push API V1.0 and Data Locker V1.0 has been deprecated. We will continue to support all deprecation changes for the next three months, so be sure to make the required schema changes by May 31, 2020.
Use Push API V2.0 and Data Locker V2.0 to continue using the service. Connectors must register the Push API V2.0 specific URL generated by Fivetran, with AppsFlyer. For more details see AppsFlyer Push API V2.O documentation.
We now sync data from Push API V2.0 and Data Locker V2.0 into a common table
We have deprecated the following tables:
We have deprecated service version 0 of our AppsFlyer connector. This connector will stop functioning after October 1, 2019.
We have released a new version of the AppsFlyer connector.
We have split the
EVENTtable from the old version into two new tables:
DATA_LOCKER_EVENTStable captures events from AppsFlyer Data Locker. The
WEBHOOK_EVENTStable captures webhook events.
We have removed the following tables:
The new version supports AppsFlyer Data Locker 2.0
The new version resolves a data integrity issue with events and webhooks. Fivetran now better captures events from AppsFlyer Data Locker and webhooks.
AppsFlyer is a mobile app tracking & attribution analytics platform.