- Is this your first time deploying Airbyte?: No
- OS Version / Instance: Ubuntu
- Memory / Disk: 16Gb / 100 Gb
- Deployment: Kubernetes deployment?
- Airbyte Version: 0.40.18?
- Source name/version: 0.4.26
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- Step: The issue is happening during creating the source connection
- Description: I configured the SQL Server source connector for the CDC process, the CDC is working normally but some numerical columns of the tables do not appear mapped by the SQL Server source connector, in this case the “QT_EQUIP” column. There are other numerical columns with the same problem, I would like some help if it is possible to edit and add the column that the connector didn’t map?
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Thanks for the question and welcome to the community. Could you describe what the expected data type mapping should be for the QT_EQUIP column and what Airbyte maps it as? How many other columns are showcasing the same behavior and could you describe the expected mappings for those as well?
Can you also post the logs once more, it seems like they didn’t get uploaded.
Thanks for your patience.
Thanks for helping @sajarin. In the source the field that has a different numerical typing that does not carry the column “QT_EQUIP” in the SQL Server source connector, this typing works in the source database but in the sQL connector in Airbyte this column does not appear.
View source table at Dbeaver
Here does not appear
View source table connector in Airbyte
Hello rebechi, it’s been a while without an update from us. Are you still having problems or did you find a solution?
@sajarin I’m having the same issue with Microsoft SQL Server 2019.
I have the following in the SQL table
TS gets mapped.
I have the same behaviour on 247 other tables. Would it be a timeout from Airbyte that it’s skipping the mapping?
I think I found the issue as to why Airbyte is not mapping my columns. They are of type
Unknown to the JDBC connector
According to the code in
public JsonSchemaType getAirbyteType(final JDBCType jdbcType), shouldn’t they be mapped to