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What's New? // November 2016


November 16, 2016

MySQL TINYINT(1)/boolean Columns Stored as BIT

In some situations, Stitch will interpret TINYINT(1)/boolean columns from MySQL as BIT. In this doc, we explain why and provide some simple workarounds.

November 15, 2016

Redshift: Expected Data Loading Behavior

Want to learn the ins and outs of how data is loaded into a Redshift destination? In this rollup doc, you'll find the expected behavior for the most common situations Stitch encounters when loading your data.

November 8, 2016

Selecting Replication Keys for Database Integrations

Not sure how Replication Keys work or how to select the best one? Everything you need to know is in this guide, along with some of our recommendations.

November 4, 2016

Naming Integrations & Integration Schemas

We recently added the ability to re-use schema names from deleted integrations to Stitch. For detailed info on how this works (and the associated gotchas), check out the doc linked above.

November 3, 2016

Syncing Historical SaaS Integration Data

Default start dates for SaaS integrations can now be changed in the Stitch app. In this doc, we cover not only how to do this, but everything you need to make an informed decision about syncing your historical data.

November 1, 2016

Connecting a Heroku-Postgres Destination
Connecting a Self-Hosted Postgres Destination
Connecting a Postgres-RDS Destination

Need some help connecting your Postgres destination? Depending on your budget and technical expertise, there are a variety of options to choose from. The three docs linked above will walk you through three of the most common setups.

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