Now, when we sync nested dynamic custom columns, we add a prefix,
traits_, to the custom column names depending on the attribute type, to avoid potential conflicts between the custom column names and the schema column names. For example, we rename a nested custom column
You can now configure your Segment connector using the Fivetran REST API. This feature is in BETA and is available only for Standard and Enterprise accounts.
We have stopped syncing the
id column from the
IDENTIFIES tables. The change will not impact existing customers because we haven’t removed the column from the destination tables.
track API we now sync the custom attributes
company/domains/* into the single column
company_domain as a JSON value. This change improves connector stability. Previously, each custom attribute of
company/domains/* created a new column, sometimes creating columns in excess of the maximum allowed by the destination, which caused some connectors to fail.
The Segment connector now handles
delete event types. A new table called
DELETE will be created in your destination to track these events.
We now accept
user_id values that are wrapped in an array, for example,
The iTunes Store API occasionally returns malformed XML due to a lack of string-escaping. We now detect this malformed XML, issue a warning, and skip the bad data during our syncs.
When we encounter a new branch that has no shared commits with the default branch of the repository, we now sync the entire commit history of that branch.