October 2020

October 2020

LinkedIn Ads (v 2.0.x)

Panoply has refreshed the LinkedIn Ads data source and is opening it up to public beta. This update added functionality to retrieve data from Ad Accounts, Campaign Groups, Creatives, Campaigns, Conversion Tracking endpoints as well as improving the overall performance of the data source.

To update to the new version of LinkedIn Ads:

  • Drop your existing tables
  • Delete your existing data source
  • Use the Add Data Source button and follow the UI to collect using the new source.

Users will have to update to the new data source by November 1, 2020.

For more information, see LinkedIn Ads Documentation

MongoDB (v 3.0.x)

Panoply has refreshed the MongoDB data source and is opening it up to public beta. As a part of this refresh, a number of bug fixes were addressed and we now support SRV connections. For detailed MongoDB information, see MongoDB Documentation

Panoply will migrate all instances of MongoDB in your data warehouse. For more information about this migration, see Supplemental Release Notes for MongoDB

MySQL (v 2.0.x)

Panoply has refreshed the MySQL data source and is opening it up to public beta. As a part of this refresh, a number of bug fixes were also addressed. Β For more information, see MySQL Documentation.

Panoply will migrate all instances of MySQL in your data warehouse. For more information about this migration, see Supplemental Release Notes for MySQL

PostgreSQL (v 3.0.x)

Panoply has refreshed the PostgreSQL data source and is opening it up to public beta. As a part of this refresh, a number of bug fixes were also addressed.Β  For detailed PostgresSQL information, see PostgreSQL Documentation

Panoply will migrate all instances of PostgreSQL in your data warehouse. For more information about this migration, see Supplemental Release Notes for PostgreSQL.

Salesforce (v 2.0.x)Β 

Panoply has refreshed the Salesforce data source and is opening it up to public beta. As a part of this update, we are utilizing the Salesforce API v49.0 which added new Salesforce objects available for collection. By default, we are using an incremental key to process collections subsequent to the first collection.

Due to the fact that this update makes new objects available, users should be aware of the potential for a significant increase in the amount of data collected.

To update to the new version of Salesforce:

  • Drop your existing tables
  • Delete the existing data source
  • Use the Add Data Source button and follow the UI to collect using the new source.Β 

Reach out to chris@panoply.io for a possible work around for certain users. Users will have to update to the new data source by November 1, 2020.

For more information, see Salesforce Documentation

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