Loading data from a table in MS SQL Server with binary TIMESTAMP column
MS SQL Server binary TIMESTAMP and ROWVERSION columns are automatically converted to LONG. It is, however, important to change the field data type to BIGINT in mapping because, by default, binary TIMESTAMP fields are mapped to the TIMESTAMP data type.
Column type 'VALUE' is not recognized
Example: Timestamp 'WEB' is not recognized.
This is a most likely caused by incorrect order of fields in the file to load.
1. If SQL is used to extract data from the source, makes sure the order of columns in the SELECT statement is the same as the order of columns in the target table.
If you are using SQL to extract data from file or web service (in opposite to the relational database) assign new aliases to all columns in the SELECT list.
2. Enable "Adjust if Source has More Fields" and "Adjust if Destination has More Fields".
End of record reached while expected to parse column "COLUMN NAME"
This is most likely caused by the presence of special characters in the data which prevents Snowflake or Redshift from parsing the generated CSV file.
To fix, modify the CSV format as following:
1. Set "Enclosure Character" to "
2. Enable "Always Enclose"
3. Enable "Escape double-quotes"