Adding tables to connector requires a full reset

  • Is this your first time deploying Airbyte?: Yes
  • OS Version / Instance: MacOS
  • Deployment: Docker
  • Airbyte Version: What version are you using now? * 0.38.4-alpha
    I am syncing data from MS SQL Server to Snowflake. I would like to incrementally add tables to the Connection as needed, but when I go to edit it I can only see the tables being currently synced. To get the full list I have to reset the schema, which seems to require a full re-load. Is there any way to dynamically adjust the connection (table by table) without dropping the whole thing?

Also, random nit but on a source schema with hundreds of tables it’s annoying that you can’t enable/disable all at once. All of the tables show up as enabled by default so you need to go through one-by-one, unless I am missing something.

Thanks for the help! Airbyte looks really interesting.

Hello John please see discussion in

Ah ok, thanks. Will circle back once this deploys.

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