We are excited to release a much desired new feature as well as some key improvements and bug fixes. Read on!
We want to minimize the situations where you have to reach out to Alooma support to ask for changes that should clearly be self-serve - better for you, and less work for support!
One step in this direction was adding the ability to reset a lost password, in our last release. In this release, we're expanding that by letting you add and remove users to your account.
Just go to Settings ➔ User Management and you'll see the list of users who have access to your account (everyone has the same level of access at this time).
Invite a team member and they'll get an invitation by mail which they'll accept to create their own user. You can revoke invitations and remove users at any time.
We also gave you the ability to reset your own password from that page as well, cause you asked :)
- We've improved our Snowflake support to allow EU hosted Snowflake accounts. Just define your account subdomain (i.e. the subdomain portion of "https://<subdomain>.snowflakecomputing.com") in the output definition and you're good to go.
- We added a metadata field called
restream_countto your events which indicates whether or not the event has been through restream, and how many times. Feel free to use this in the Code Engine to make better decisions on when to increment counts, split events, and any other logic that relies on knowing if this is the first time the event has been through the system. As you may expect, an event flowing through the system for the first time has a
restream_countvalue of 0.
- We fixed the issue that when the Code Engine was reporting a code error, the line number it was reporting as problematic was off by one.
- Events from S3 with bigint fields were being cut - that's fixed.
- Empty strings in CSVs were being loaded to BigQuery as nulls, which caused load failures. We fixed this so an empty string is an empty string, no failure involved.
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