1. Added ability to receive notifications if Flow execution is taking longer than expected
In this update, we introduced the ability to configure and receive email notifications if Flow execution is taking longer than expected.
Read how to configure the notification.
2. Added option to escape double-quotes in CSV files
Affected area: creating CSV files
In this update, we added the ability to escape double-quotes in CSV files. If this option is enabled and double-quotes are used to enclose fields, a double-quote appearing inside a field will be escaped by preceding it with another double quote.
To keep backward compatibility with the previous releases, this option is disabled by default.
3. Improvements for Snowflake and Amazon Redshift Flows running in parallel
Before this update, the files to load generated by the system all had their names derived from the destination table name. It was causing a race condition issue when the system was trying to load data into the same table from multiple parallel threads.
In this update, we changed how the system generates the files to load into the Snowflake and Redshift. Now all files have the unique per-thread suffix, which quantities that there will be no race condition situation under the parallel load scenario.
1. Fixed edge case when parsing XMLs
Affected area: parsing XML files
Prior to this update, if there was a single repeating node with value and attributes (as shown below), the system was not populating the node value (it was populating attributes just fine).
<Comment type="Instructions">Special Instructions</Comment>
Please note that the system was parsing the XML with multiple repeating nodes with values and attributes (like below) just fine.
<Comment type="Instructions">Special Instructions 1</Comment>
<Comment type="Instructions">Special Instructions 2</Comment>
In this update, we fixed the edge case when parsing XML files containing a single repeating node with values and attributes.