As a part of the overall feature and functionality updates to the Ascend Platform, we’ve released a number of improvements and features.

Additionally, new this week—Flex Code Write Connectors now support connections! This means that, once you create a connection, you can then use that connection across your Data Service to create both read and write connectors, and expect a consistent user experience for both. 

This helps streamline your data reading and writing and helps maintain more organization across your data services, as well as saving you time and energy when creating and configuring connectors.

You can specify whether your connection is Read only, Write only, or Read-Write, which provides you with more control over how your connection is used. Learn more in the below video. 

:rocket: FEATURES :rocket:
  • Flex-code Write Connectors using Connections
    ☁️ Initially supported types for Write mode:
    • Actian Ingress
    • Apache Hive
    • Amazon Redshift
    • ADLS Gen 2 Blob Storage
    • AWS S3
    • Google BigQuery
    • Google Cloud Storage
    • MariaDB
    • MySQL
    • Oracle
    • PostgresSQL
    • Snowflake
    • Vertica 

:sparkles: ENHANCEMENTS :sparkles:

  • Queryable dataflows now allow Querying Data Feeds

:wrench: BUGFIXES :wrench:

  • Fix bug with processing partition filters with null upstream data
  • Fix bug with processing partition joins referencing different column names on each side 

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