Release Notes

Release v7.10.0 - July 29th, 2021

Azure Destination

  • A new destination type, AZURE allows pushing Snapshot assets to Azure Blob Storage

Org Level Extractor Management

  • An extractors list at the Organzation level. Allows users to see which extractors are used by an org, which versions of those extractors are in use, which versions of those extractors are available, and which sources are using a given extractor.

Snapshot Labels

  • You can now label Snapshots in the same way that you can label Sources allowing users to quickly identify and group snapshots which are exhibiting similar behavior.

Release v7.9.3 - July 22nd, 2021

Bug fix for large file uploads. Increases max part size for multipart uploads during CopyFiles Import pipeline stage.

Release v7.9.2 - July 21st, 2021

Bug fix for incorrect Flow Segment collection windows.

Release v7.9.1 - July 14th, 2021

Bug fix for Snapshots occasionally failing import due to Out of Memory issues.

Release v7.9.0 - June 30, 2021

Custom Flow Collection Destinations

  • Destinations can be linked/unlinked on a flow in the event all collection destinations do not need to be included in a delivery.

  • Chained Flows can link/unlink destinations by segment, based on each segment’s collection’s destinations.

Requester Pays Enhancements

  • All NEW projects will now opt-in to HTML Requester Pays, this can be toggled via Project Settings

  • UI Support for Requester Pays is now available via Project Settings. The Settings page can be found in the sidebar on a Project’s home page.

  • Requester Pays support has been extended to Screen Captures. In order to access files via the appropriate headers, please reach out to Ops to ensure a customer’s information is properly configured.

Organization Readme

  • A readme section has been added to the organization homepage for tracking information relevant to an entire organization.

PDP

  • The Product API Backend has been updated from HTTP to gRPC

Bug Fixes

  • A minor bug fix has been issued for the Public Delivery and Delivery Drilldown pages

Release v7.8.0 - June 3, 2021

Requester Pays HTML

  • Projects now have a setting that can be enabled that allows customers to retrieve HTML assets using a "Requester Pays" header

  • Project Settings can be managed via tha API, UI support is in development. For API information, review our API docs: https://workbench.import.io/api/docs/#/Project

  • More information on configuring this can be found here: Enable Requester Pays (HTML)

Release v7.7.0 - May 27, 2021

Source Input Trimming

When running a flow, if the number of inputs for a Source breaches "Maximum Inputs" the inputs file will be trimmed to allow the Snapshot to continue to run.

The number of inputs that breached the threshold are captured on the Snapshot, and whether or not the threshold has been breached is displayed on the Snapshots list.

Bug Fixes

  • Project Flows list shows all Flows, not just the first 100

  • Aggregation error message will now correctly say "No results to aggregate" when there is no crawl run data to aggregate.

  • Flow edit page now properly loads aggregation options when navigating directly to edit page.

  • Query gap for crawl runs will not exceed 1 hour

  • Fix for CopyFiles stage during Snapshot import, allowing larger downloaded file sets to be pushed to destinations

Release v7.6.0 - May 5, 2021

Extractor Version Control

DOC Extractors

Sources with an extractor now have the option to transition their extractor and its latest version (Runtime Configuration) to DOC. A new section has been added to the Source Home called "Extractor Information". If a Source’s extractor has not been transitioned, information and a button to migrate an extractor and its latest version can be found on the Source Home.

Example:

migrate extractor

After an extractor has been transitioned, its latest version (RTC) and other metadata will be available in the "Extractor Information" section of Source Home.

Example:

migrated extractor

If an extractor has multiple versions, a user may view versions of an extractor or change the version of the extractor that a Source is using by clicking the icon on the top right of the "Extractor Information" section. Clicking the icon should redirect the user to the "Extractor Versions" page for a Source. A list of versions will be displayed in chronological order, each relating to a RTC. Versions that are created from a CLI deployment will include information for finding the code reference in a project’s GitHub repository.

Example:

source extractor versions

Extractor Versions

An Extractor Version is captured whenever an extractor is transitioned to DOC (via the Source Home or API) or if an extractor is deployed to a Source that has a DOC extractor. Extractor Versions can be changed on a Source, and have crawl runs started with that version’s Runtime Configuration. This can be accomplished by changing the Extractor Version based on the instructions above, and running a Source or Flow. Sources using an older version of an extractor will have an informational alert at the top of the Source Home to indicate that the latest version is not being used.

Creating Extractor Versions with relevant git information require CLI v2.1.0 or higher (CLI Downloads). The deploy command has not changed, except that deploying an extractor to a Source will automatically create an Extractor (if Source does not have an Extractor already) and Extractor Version in DOC. More information can be found in the Extractor Studio Release Notes.

Snapshot Chunk Aggregation Improvements

New option available for Snapshot aggregation in Flows, "Ignore Duplicate Rows". If this option is checked, Snapshot Aggregation skips MergeExtractions and AvroStage during import, allowing faster aggregation time.

Import Crawl Run file

A Snapshot can now be imported using any ndjson file. See the API docs for more information

Delivery Snapshot Timeout

Snapshots that are incomplete, START_SCHEDULED, or AWAITING_INPUTS will be TIMED_OUT when a delivery is closed by the system.

Bug Fixes

  • Performance improvement during Snapshot QA Tests generation

Release v7.5.0 - April 21, 2021

Project Improvements

Environment

Projects now have an "Environment" property which can be either PRODUCTION, DEV, or STAGING.

Projects can now share a name, as long as they have a different "Environment"s.

Flows and Collections can now be moved between projects, by patching the projectId via the API

Lock

Projects can now be locked by clicking on the "lock" icon from the Project home page.

Once a Project is locked, a user can operate on a Project’s assets if:

  • The user has ADMIN or OPS role for the Project’s Organization

  • The Snapshot, Source, or Collection assigned to them

Newly created "Production" Projects are locked by default

OPS Role

OPS is a new role available to users of an Organization.

Users with the OPS role are able to operate on "locked" projects and create and maintain projects.

Flow Collection Settings

Collection settings can now be overridden at the Flow level, including Custom Output Settings, Global Output Settings, and Screen Capture Settings

Group By Transform

"Group by" is a feature introduced to run before Custom Transform (current JQ Transform) and allows flexible collapsing into a single line entries that share a common parameter

(i.e. a Product that appears under more than one category: the group by "Category Name - Rank" would output "Home Goods | Spring > Flowers > Daffodils | Mothers Day > Flowers - 10 | 5 | 7").

More information and examples available here

Archive

Archive is a feature that allows delivery of a single compressed file containing multiple destination assets, supporting customer needs downstream the delivery pipeline.

Misc improvements

Improved Flow History

Chained Flow history now shows a json diff view when viewing changes to chaining configuration.

History pagination

Change history is now paginated for both performance and usability purposes

Source Parameters

Irrelevant parameters will be removed from Sources upon deletion from Collection

Bug Fixes

  • Allow users other than ADMIN to deploy authenticated extractors

Release v7.4.0 - March 25, 2021

Query Usage - Extractions

Snapshots now have a usage field which is used to track more granular platform usage for billing purposes. Currently the only supported metric within this field is extractions

usage.extractions serves as a count of data extractions calls which were used during the data extraction. This includes paginated data.

View Failed Inputs Count

Snapshot Home page will now display the number of failed inputs for a crawl run in addition to the successful inputs count.

Performance Warning on Snapshots

Users will now see a performance warning message if they are viewing a Snapshot that has greater than 100,000 inputs.

Bug Fixes

  • Performance improvement for Snapshot Aggregation

  • Improvement when starting Snapshots with large number of inputs

Release v7.3.0 - March 4, 2021

User Tokens

This feature will allow users to create and view their user tokens in the UI. A user token is utilized when working with API requests or when deploying and editing Sources from an extractor library.

On the User Account page, all of the tokens that belong to a user will be displayed (https://workbench.import.io/users). If a user does not have any tokens, they will be prompted to generate one.

If a new user is created, a token will automatically be generated for them. Also, the user tokens are no longer connected to a specific organization.

Slow Query Improvements

Code has been added to track and improve query performance.

Bug Fixes

  • Snapshots will not run after cancelling a delivery, even if they have not been chunked yet

  • The S3 Configuration is now being cleared from state, if you change a new Flow type from SIMPLE to CHAINED

  • After editing the Collection Parameters or Assignee on the Collection Home page, if you then click on the Edit button, the README is still present on the form. The same behavior has been fixed on a Source Home page

  • The Save button is enabled after the README has been changed on a Flow

  • A source engineer can no longer edit a destination from the Org Home page

Release v7.2.0 - Feb 11, 2021

Snapshot Tables

Users are currently only able to view 100 snapshots at a time in the application, and have to load anything beyond the limit via API, which is not ideal for projects that have > 100 snapshots per delivery. All snapshot tables have been updated so that users can load more than the limit. The page numbers at the bottom of tables (for snapshots only) have been removed, and a "Load More" is available to view as many as needed (50 will load at a time and be added to the table). Additionally, child snapshots will now all be loaded, instead of being restricted to 100.

CLI Updates

A new version (1.2.3) of the CLI is now available for download, new features found in Extractor Studio Release Notes

Bug Fixes

  • ZEUS-1544 (reported by Delivery) addresses a minor bug where updating a parameter on the Source Home was not always saving

  • Destination form improvements, including name validation

  • Collection Settings save validation improvements

  • Corrected an error message associated with re-extracting a PUSHED snapshot

Release v7.1.1 - Feb 4, 2021

Bug Fixes

  • Proper handling for single quotes in JQ expressions

  • Snapshots that are incomplete, scheduled, or awaiting inputs will be cancelled when a delivery is closed by the system

  • Fix missing Input JQ Transforms for first segment of CHAINED Flow form

  • Add pagination ("Load More" button) for Parent Snapshot Chunks list

  • Validate Destination name when creating new Destinations

  • Retain navigation history when navigating from Snapshot to a Delivery

Release v7.1.0 - Jan 26, 2021

Re-import DRAFT_SCHEMA

Snapshots that have a resulting status of DRAFT_SCHEMA after Importing can now be re-imported. This allows you to test schema changes such as formulas and valdiations, and will also enable you to push the data once a schema has been published.

Bug Fixes

  • Properly mark timed out IMPORT jobs as FAILED

  • Display "highest" user role on user table

Release v7.0.4 - Jan 21, 2021

Bug Fixes/Improvements

  • Show Input JQ Transform field when configuring a SIMPLE Flow

  • Accurate TIMED_OUT input reporting for paginated extractors built with SaaS user interface

  • Removed extra file generation step during GENERATING_ASSETS stage of Snapshot Import

  • Proper Html Extraction importing and reporting for CLI extractors using MERGE_ROWS merge type

  • Fixed disappearing expanded rows after scrolling on Snapshot QA Checks page

  • Allow removing ADMIN role from Org Users

  • Improved error message for FAILED Snapshots that failed to import due to no json data on the crawl run

Release v7.0.3 - Jan 11, 2021

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed scenario where second segment snapshots in a CHAINED Flow were receiving the wrong collection windows. Resulting in an incorrect query gap being set for crawl runs.

  • Retain parent/chunk relationships when a Snapshot aggregation is retried.

  • Fix email integration form displaying wrong information

  • Fixed issue where navigating to Deliveries from a selected Delivery resulted in deliveries missing from the list

  • Destination Push fixes

    • Make sure that failures are properly marked with FAILED instead of INTERNAL_FAILURE

    • Ensure that failed revert attempts receive status of REVERT_FAILED

    • Allow retrying a revert that failed

Release v7 - Jan 4, 2021

Generate Assets Stage

“Generate Assets” is a new stage for the import pipeline, and will be the final stage before the snapshot is ready to be reviewed by a user, or automatically pushed. If a custom destination is designated for any of the snapshot’s destinations, a custom file will be created and copied to DOC’s internal assets. Moving the custom asset generation to the import pipeline allows for the “Destination Push” process to be more efficient, and also allows the user to download a custom file (similar to downloading the JSON on a snapshot now from the home page) without a push taking place. A link will be made available in the “Download Snapshot” window for this.

IMPORTANT: Note that if you need to apply changes to a custom file after it has been imported you will need to "Regenerate Custom Assets" from the Snapshot Home page.

For more see Snapshot Retry Options

Delivery Alarm Severities

An Alarm Group’s and Delivery’s state will reflect the most severe Alarm state.

The priority is as follows (most severe first):

CRITICAL → ERROR → WARNING → INFO

Pass/Revert all QA Checks

A checkbox is available on the QA Checks page which will allow you to PASS all QA checks or revert to their initial calculated value.

View History of Metric values

When performing QA Checks you now have the option to "Show Historical Values" which will fetch and display a history of values for that particular field.

Usability improvements

  • Removed eliding for breadcrumbs

  • Source list can now be filtered by parameter values for bulk editing

Bug fixes

  • Fixed double locale conversion during import stage where column typing was getting applied twice, causing incorrect data.

Release v6.1.0 - Dec 9, 2020

SOURCE_ENGINEER Role

SOURCE_ENGINEER role is now available to assign users of an Organization. This role restricts the creation and editing of most resources but allows:

  • Creating and Editing Sources

  • Snapshot operations

    • Running, re-running, re-importing, re-extracting

    • Passing/Failing QA Checks

    • Reverting/Retrying Destination Pushes

    • Commenting

  • Editing Source Filters on a flow

Byte Order Mark on Custom Output

You can now include a BOM header in your custom output. This is configured via a checkbox on the Collection Settings page.

View Accepted Checks

All tests which have manually been passed will be indicated with an orange checkmark. The "Initial Result" is also available on a QA Test.

Bug fixes

  • Performance improvements around Snapshot Stats Generation and Re Extract

Release v6.0.0 - Nov 17 2020

New Snapshot QA Checks UI

A redesigned look and feel of the Snapshot Checks page.

Bug fix

  • Failing to get snapshot inputs from S3 will fail immediately instead of retrying. Allowing users to quickly know the inputs file is not available.

  • Fix sort order on "History" views

  • Faster re-extract performance

Release v5.5.0 - Nov 9 2020

Chunk Collect Hours on chained segments

"Chunk Collect Hours" can now be configured at the segment level, allowing more granular control of your "Collected on Time" metrics.

Delivery Alarms for Snapshot QA Checks

Alarms can now be configured using failedRequiredTests and failedOptionalTests as metrics

orgs/:orgSlug/snapshots/:snapshotId redirects to orgs/:orgSlug/projects/:projectSlug/collections/:collection:slug/sources/:sourceSlugsnapshots/:snapshotId

orgs/:orgSlug/deliveries/:deliveryId redirects to orgs/:orgSlug/projects/:projectSlug/flows/:flowSlug/deliveries/:deliveryId

Bug Fixes

  • Fix for Snapshots not timing out properly on non chained Flows

  • Snapshot Home download button is now disabled when files are not available

Release v5.4.0 - Nov 6 2020

Source Params in input transforms

PARAM() function is now available in input transforms. Can be used to reference Source parameters. Example: %{ PARAM("foo") }%

Chunk Aggregation enhancements

Better performance during chunk aggregation. Bug fix for running out of space when aggregating files.

Bug fix

Fix for Snapshot import error "Job attempt duration exceeded timeout" during TestGeneration stage

Release v5.3.0 - Oct 29 2020

Source Deployment APIs

API support for deploying sources from the Extractor Studio CLI

Release v5.2.0 - Oct 27 2020

Optional Collection Checks

Collection checks can now be marked as required or optional to allow snapshots to "auto-push"

  • Required checkbox available on Collection Checks table

  • If a check is optional, its result will still be evaluated, but will not prevent a snapshot from pushing if it fails

  • Metrics for the count of failed optional checks and failed required checks is available on the snapshot health, and are included on the snapshot tables

Warning for saving flows

Usability improvement to provide a warning to users who are editing a flow, and prevent removal of source filters by accident. If a user tries to edit a flow that has source filters, and the source filters are empty, they will be prompted to confirm that this is intentional.

Support for positive/negative swing checks

PCT checks are only capable of testing the deviation of a value between two snapshots. With the addition of this feature placing a sign (+/-) before the target number will permit the check to take the direction of the deviation into account. For example a PCT check of % Error ⇐ +10% will no longer trigger if the change is -20%.

Bug Fixes

  • Performance improvement for failed chunk aggregation when files are very large

Release v5.1.0 - Oct 22 2020

New Collection Check Functions

Checks can now reference stats and health metrics

  • HEALTH() - References snapshot health values.

    • Example %{ IF(HEALTH("rows") > 100000, 2, 10) }%

  • METRIC() - References values contained in the stats file

    • Example %{ METRIC("data:field/name/stringPunctRatio/p05") }

Re-extract improvements

  • PUSHED Snapshots can now be re-extracted

    • Removes data from Redshift Datalake

    • Supercedes snapshot and re-extracts

  • PUSHED Snapshots can also be transitioned back to QA

    • Removes data from the Redshift Datalake

    • Allows for re-extraction

Reverting pushed files from destinations is still a manual operation. Can be achieved by "reverting" the destination push.

Bug Fixes

  • Fix for applicataion displaying duplicate Deliveries

  • Increased default limit of displayed collection checks to 1000, previous was 100.

Release v5.0.1 Oct 12 2020

  • Increased memory for Import jobs

    • Reduce likelihood of Snapshot Imports failing during stats generation

  • Remove POST_PROCESSING from allowed Snapshot transitions

Release v5.0.0 - Sep 29 2020

  • Deduplication of inputs across chained chunks

    • As a chunked and chained Flow executes, inputs are guaranteed to be unique in each chunk.

    • For example: In a chained & chunked flow, segment 2 chunk 2 will not run any inputs that are in any of the sister chunks in segment 2.

    • A separate JQ Deduplication Transform can be provided which will allow you to configure what should be considered unique.

  • Source Input Thresholds

    • Users can now specify the maximum number of inputs a Source should can run with. If the number of inputs on a Snapshot exceeds the maximum then the Snapsot will fail to start.

  • Read-only view of Collection Destinations for a flow.

    • This includes showing destinations by segment (if chained flow) and a link to the collection destinations page for easy access to update when necessary.

  • flow (flow slug) now available as a template parameter for destination paths

  • Source Validations

    • Users cannot mark a Source as ACTIVE if it has no extractorId

    • "Play" button is disabled on Source Home if there is no extractorId

Bug Fixes

  • Create/Edit Source API now returns 400 instead of 500 when a bad extractor Id is passed.

  • Better handling of chunk splitting

  • SQL Query optimization

  • Proper handling of input files with bad encoding

Release v4.1.0 - Sep 16, 2020

  • Optimized chunk scheduling in CHAINED flows

    • Chained segments will wait for all snapshots to reach a finished state before starting the next segment.

  • Clicking on an Organization/Delivery navigates to Flow/Delivery to provide user with Flow context.

Bug Fixes

  • UI performance improvements on delivery pages

  • Various bug fixes on user interface

  • Typed column fixes for locale de-ch

Release v4.0.0 - Sep 8, 2020

  • Delivery Snapshots UI

    • If a delivery is CHAINED, the Snapshot table will be grouped by segment/collection

  • Improved Destination Pushes UI

    • Destination Pushes are now available under the "Health Metrics" section of Snapshot Home

    • Push errors are now displayed in the UI

    • Successful pushes are now displayed in Destination Push Spotlight

  • Maintenance/Outage message in UI

    • If the platform undergoes scheduled maintenance or is experiencing an outage, a message will be displayed at the top of each page

  • Bulk Edit Source Parameters

    • Users can now edit parameters for multiple sources at once

Bug fixes

  • Not all parameters visible on Source home page

  • API error and UI failing to display when a single snapshot’s page count is 0

  • Snapshot row count displayed - instead of 0 after importing

  • IMPORT performance issues. "Essential container in task exited"

  • Collection Check for swing % fails if a column consistently returns no data

Release v3.6.0 - Aug 31, 2020

  • Input transforms on SIMPLE and CHAINED Flows

    • For Flows whose inputs are stored on S3, a JQ expression can be declared which will transform the inputs before running snapshots.

  • Cancel Parent/Chunked Snapshots

    • It is now possible to cancel a CHUNKED snapshot which will cancel all running chunked children

  • New Collection Checks Page

    • A redesigned Collection Checks page which allows text to be inserted to support check parameterization. See Release v3.4.0 below.

Release v3.5.0 - Aug 24, 2020

  • Custom parquet output

    • A custom Parquet file can be generated from the custom output using a predefined Schema. Configured on Collection Settings.

  • Configurable dataHours on each Segment for CHAINED Flows

    • Specify how long each segment in your chain should take to collect data.

  • Re-Extract improvements

    • Now CLI output and Paginated Extractors from SaaS platform can be re-extracted using saved HTML.

Release v3.4.0 - Aug 18, 2020

  • Initial support for parameterizing Collection Checks (API)

    • Collection checks can now be written with syntax %{ PARAM("foo") }%' and %{ DEFAULT(PARAM("zip"), 400) }% to substitute using parameters specified on sources.

  • Ability to cancel Snapshots in START_SCHEDULED

Bug Fix

  • Bug fix for Chained Flow Segments failing to start due to input lookup error

Release v3.3.0 - Aug 10, 2020

  • Support for “Chunk Aggregation” in chained flows.

    • In CHAINED flows, parent snapshots in the last segment of a chain will aggregate chunks before pushing if “aggregateChunks” is turned on.

Bug Fix

  • Bug fix for “re-extract” on Snapshots

Release v3.2.0 - August 3rd, 2020

  • Zip compression available on destinations for custom, stats, pages and json files.

  • Delivery metrics and speed enhancements on CHAINED flows

    • stopBy timestamps on snapshots will be dynamically generated as the delivery progresses based on time left in “dataHours”, thus improving speed and metric reporting.

Release 3.1.0 - July 23rd, 2020

  • Start delivery API enhancements.

    • API now accepts a payload to override the saved flow configuration, negating the need to PATCH a flow before running it.

    • A new FlowDelivery relationship was added to track what configuration a delivery ran with.

Release v3.0 - July 8th, 2020

  • CHAINED Flows

    • New type of flow which allows chaining the output from one collection into the inputs of another. Data can be transformed across collection segments using jq syntax.

  • Support for transform failures and metrics

    • New Extractors support embedded transforms within them. These transforms are executed during the Snapshot import pipeline. If a transform fails it will mark it on the Page Summary and track the percentage of failed transforms as a metric on the snapshot health.

  • Multipart upload support when pushing to s3 destinations.

    • Allows files > 5gb to be pushed to buckets

Bug Fix

  • Bug fix for aggregated push variables

Release v2.6.1 - July 14th, 2020

  • New option to skipQaTests on a flow

  • Application now displays status of chunk aggregation.

  • Crawl run id is now clickable and navigates to crawl run debugger

  • New links under “Download Snapshot”

    • Inputs - the inputs that the crawl run ran with

    • Crawl Run (Log) - log file from crawl run output

    • Crawl Run (JSON) raw crawl run output before DOC transformation

  • delivery_id available as a variable for destination output path

Release v2.6.0 - June 30, 2020

  • Chunk aggregation

    • Option on Flows to wait until all child "chunks" of a snapshot are PASSED_QA before aggregating data and pushing to destinations.

Release v2.5.0 - June 22, 2020

  • Application now runs snapshots as the legacyPlatformId user (SaaS Platform) if this property is set on the organization. Allowing for proper billing and to support authenticated extractors

Release v2.4.0 - June 19, 2020

  • Support for fractional hours in flow configuration.

  • Comments thread on Deliveries

Release v2.3.0 - June 10, 2020

What’s New

  • Flow source filtering

    • Now you can select/filter which Sources get run in a SIMPLE Flow by any of the parameters in your Source.

  • Destinations accept Source Parameter values in your output template

    • Now you can use any Source Parameter as destination template variable. For example, if you have a Parameter locale. this can be set in your destination path/filename as :source.locale. When your Source is run with locale set to UK the destination will output with sourcename-UK .

  • Added support for import.io CLI extractor output

    • Now extractors created by the import.io CLI can be imported into workbench.

Bug fix

  • Setting QPS for one chunk is now supported.

Release v1.8.2 - April 24, 2020

  • Fixed latest delivery + destination pushes bugs.

  • Added assigned user to snapshot tables

  • Added seconds to the destination and simple flow timestamps

  • Updated the user docs

  • Health metrics are open on the selected snapshot home page

  • Added a snapshot link in delivery sidebar, instead of delivery home dropdown

  • Added ‘All’ button to snapshot and pushes spotlight

  • Added revert option to pushes spotlight table

  • Fixed Delivery Push and Bull Queue metrics

Release v1.8.0 - April 10, 2020

Collections

  • “First seen” column - A collection setting is now available for collections whose schema has a primary key, and generates the date when an item was "first seen" and includes it as a meta-data timestamp column "_firstSeen" in the snapshot data.

Schemas

  • “FILE” Type column - This new column type on schemas helps include the metadata information about files extracted and downloaded during extraction time.

Destinations

  • Include downloaded files in destination pushes - You can now include any files and images that were downloaded during your extraction in pushes to your destinations.

  • SFTP Destinations Type - You can now configure SFTP servers as destinations for your data.

Alarms

  • Severity on Alarms - Flow alarms now have a “severity” option which can be set on the alarm and included in any alarm notifications.

  • APIs and UI to Resolve or Trigger Alarms - Now when a delivery is open you have the option to manually trigger or resolve alarms for the selected delivery alarm page.

Snapshots

  • Importing cancelled snapshots - now if you cancel a snapshot you have an option in the UI to manually import the data that was collected.

Flows

  • Max chunk crawl time - When configuring a flow you can set the chunkTimeoutHours which is the max time a chunk should run for. If the chunk times out the data collected will be automatically imported.