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Release Notes July 2023

Orchestrators

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Feature
Custom OAuth Integration in SOLE

SOLE (Snowflake Object Lifecycle Engine) now supports the oauth_client_type and oauth_redirect_uri parameters in OAuth Integration which lets you manage custom OAuth Integrations.

See OAuth Integration for more information about supported parameters and examples of usage.

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Feature
Defining the account name explicitly in the from_share parameter of a Database object

SOLE (Snowflake Object Lifecycle Engine) now supports from_share values in the format of account.share.database, rather than just share.database.

See Database for more information about supported parameters and examples of usage.

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Bug Fix
Bug fixes in SOLE

  • Fixed an issue where WITH GRANT OPTION clause was being added on privilege grant to Share which is no longer supported by Snowflake.

DataOps Development Environment (DDE)

Important - The latest DDE changes are available in the 5-stable tag of the DDE image. To ensure you have the latest updates:

  • Run the docker pull dataopslive/dataops-development-workspace:5-stable command for DDE DevPod.
  • Ensure your image is dataopslive/dataops-development-environment:5-stable for DDE DevReady.

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Feature
Using DDE with different dbt versions

DDE has expanded its support for dbt versions, granting you the flexibility to choose different versions of dbt using a customizable variable. See Switching dbt version in DDE for more details.

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Improvement
A new preinstalled tool in DDE

A pre-commit tool is available for you in DDE to detect potential issues before you commit code changes to your project. This tool assists in maintaining the quality of your code and data at every stage of the development process. See Pre-commit for more details.

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Improvement
New names for environment variables

The names of the environment variables used by SOLE (Snowflake Object Lifecycle Engine) and MATE (Modelling and Transformation Engine) have been revised. While the old variable names are still compatible and functional, we recommend transitioning to the new variable names in your setup to stay current with the latest updates. See Setup for more details.

DataOps.live Observability

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Improvement
Enhancements in Spendview for Snowflake

  • The registration form has been revised for cosmetic and accessibility improvements.
  • It is possible now to enter a specific user Snowflake role that you want to use to monitor the Snowflake account.
  • A new option has been introduced across all views in Spendview for Snowflake, allowing you to clear your selections in the accounts and warehouse filters.

DataOps CLI (SOLE Generator)

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Feature
Support for new Snowflake object types

  • Added support for parsing Sequence objects.
  • Added support for parsing Tag objects.
  • Added support for parsing Stream objects.
  • Added support for parsing File Format objects.

Find the complete list of supported Snowflake object types and usage examples in the SOLE Generator documentation.

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Bug Fix
Bug fixes

  • Fixed parsing of functions and procedures having a Table as return_type.
  • Fixed invalid parsing of data_retention_days for Table objects.

Platform

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Improvement
New sign-in experience

We have moved all users to a new sign-in flow. For the full details of this change, see Improved Account Security.

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Improvement
Partner Connect

We've introduced improvements to the free trial experience of DataOps.live on Snowflake Partner Connect.