Because MySQL data comes from a database system, Panoply cannot provide a data dictionary. But Panoply does automate the data schema for the collected data. This section includes useful information about the Panoply automations. You can adjust these settings in your data source under Advanced Settings.
A column in a table uses the same data type for all values in that column. Panoply automatically chooses the data type for each column based on the available values. This is important to note for this data source. If even one value in a column has text, then the entire column is considered data type
The following metadata columns are added to the destination table(s):
__databasename- The MySQL database from which the data originated.
__tablename- The name of the table in Data Dictionary.
id- If the user does not enter a primary key, and no id column exists in the source table, Panoply will insert an id. Formatted as a GUID, such as 2cd570d1-a11d-4593-9d29-9e2488f0ccc2.
__senttime- Formatted as a datetime, such as
__updatetime- Formatted as a datetime, such as
__state- Reserved for internal Panoply use.