You can now connect your PostgreSQL and Heroku databases using SSL! This article briefly touches on how to accomplish this.
To make it easier for you to browse through questions and find answers, we broke the FAQ down into sections and made each question its own article.
Just hooked up your Facebook Ads account and unsure of what to expect? This FAQ will give you some insight into how an initial sync of your data works and what you can expect to see going forward.
Having trouble replicating some of your tables? The root cause may be an unsupported data type. Check out these two new articles to help diagnose the problem.
We're starting the week off right with a brand new integration offering. You can now connect your Microsoft Azure database to Pipeline! Here's how to do it.
Today we released five - count em', five- new integrations for Pipeline, including the long-awaited Import API. We hope you're as excited about this as we are.
We know you're more than ready to get your data flowing, so take a look at how to do it:
In this article, we talk troubleshooting MongoDB fields that are missing in the Pipeline Integration Settings page.
You can now connect your MongoDB instance to Pipeline! Here's how to do it.
Did you know that Amazon RDS is based on familiar databases like MySQL and PostgreSQL? You can use our database integrations to connect your Amazon RDS instance to Pipeline.
You can now connect your MSSQL database to Pipeline! Here's how to do it.
You can now connect your Zuora account to Pipeline! Here's how to do it.
After you connect Zuora, what kind of data will you see? We lay it all out in this comprehensive article.
If you're missing a view or some of your data doesn't look right, the root cause may be an altered table structure. This troubleshooting article will help you diagnose and troubleshoot missing and/or incorrect database views.
After fielding some questions about how changing table structures are handled in Amazon Redshift, we realized this article didn't fully explain what happens when a table's structure is altered. This information has been added to the What happens in Redshift when data is being replicated? section (click the link to go there directly) in this article.