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|Learn how Stitch organizes the data replicated from your sources in your data warehouse.
|Loading Data into Your Stitch Destination
|Every destination handles data differently. Learn about what your destination supports, what it doesn’t, and how Stitch will load your data as a result.
|Missing Columns & NULL Values
|If you’ve noticed some missing columns or data from your data warehouse, the root cause may be
|Missing Tables & Columns
|If Stitch can’t detect databases or tables, you may need to double-check your user’s permission settings.
|Monitoring Replication Progress
|It can be difficult to be patient when all you want is your data. In the Integration Details page for every integration, you can check out that integration’s…
|Non-Replicating Data & Unsupported Data Types
|If a table isn’t replicating into your data warehouse, it may be because one or more of the columns in the table contains an unsupported data type.
|Replicating Database Views
|Syncing a database view is almost the same as syncing a database table. In this guide, we’ll cover the database integrations that support views and the addit…
|The Replication Frequency setting tells Stitch how often to replicate data from an integration. In this guide, we’ll explain how replication jobs are schedul…
|Replication Keys for Database Integrations
|Replication Keys are columns that Stitch uses to identify new and updated data for replication. These columns are one of the most important components of Sti…
|Replication Keys for Mongo Integrations
|Replication Keys for Mongo integrations have their own set of quirks and gotchas, owing to how Mongo itself is designed. In this guide, we’ll explain what to…
|Replication Methods tell Stitch how to replicate data during a replication job. In this guide, we’ll explain the methods Stitch uses, how they work for datab…
|Stitch Data Structure
|Resources for learning about how Stitch loads and organizes data into your destination.
|Documentation and guides for configuring and managing data replication for your Stitch integrations.
|Stitch Replication Process
|Learn how Stitch extracts, prepares, and loads your data during the replicaiton process.
|After you connect an integration and Stitch performs a structure sync, the next thing you’ll do is select tables and columns to sync. In this guide, we’ll wa…
|Syncing Historical SaaS Data & Resetting SaaS Replication Keys
|By default, a historical sync for most SaaS integrations will go back one year. While the Start Date setting allows you to define historical syncs, it can al…
|Syncing New & Additional Columns on Already-Syncing Tables
|What happens when you add a brand-new column in a data source or you want to sync additional columns on an already-syncing table? How will your row count be …