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  • Did You Know? : Adding Comments
    Adding comments Composable DataFlows can span the range from simple tasks accomplished with a small number of easily-traceable modules to broad, complex, even nested tasks that become harder to follow…
  • Did You Know? : Changing Wire Type
    Changing Wire Type Some people like the default curvy connectors between the modules in a Composable DataFlow, but some would like a different look. Did you know that those connectors…
  • Spotlight: Comparing Modules
    Comparing Modules The purpose of this Spotlight is to explore how one could compare modules and evaluate which to use within a Composable DataFlow. This Spotlight illuminates the first lab…
  • Facilitating Development of Composable DataFlows in Code with Visual Studio
    Composable’s DataFlow designer is a powerful tool for rapid development of data pipelines in an intuitive, visual setting. However, some users with programming experience may prefer developing DataFlows in code…
  • Migrating Microsoft Exchange to Microsoft Graph in Composable
    Tutorial “Effective October 1, 2022, we will begin to permanently disable Basic Auth in all tenants, regardless of usage, with the exception of SMTP Auth.” https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/exchange-team-blog/basic-authentication-and-exchange-online-september-2021-update/ba-p/2772210 Due to the recent…
  • Advanced Comparisons using Composable Predicate Modules
    What is a Predicate? A predicate is an operation on an Input object which produces a boolean (true/false) result. It can be helpful to think of a predicates as “Yes…
  • Enabling Long Paths in Composable
    Have you ever received the error System.IO.PathTooLongException: The specified path, file name, or both are too long. The full qualified file name must be less than 260 characters, the the…
  • Configuring DataBricks ODBC connection in Composable
    In this post we’ll be going over how to configure an ODBC connection to DataBricks within Composable so you can run spark queries from Composable resources (i.e. QueryViews and DataFlows)…
  • Validating an external API with Composable Web Requests
    At my previous job, I was reliant on external API’s to work correctly and to know when functionality had changed. With proper acceptance/validation testing on foreign API’s, you can sleep…
  • Saving Your Progress: DataFlow Resume and Pinned Results
    This post will cover two recent additions to Composable DataFlows that have yet to receive a comprehensive write-up: DataFlow Resume and Pinned Results. We’ll be discussing them together due to…

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    Composable Analytics, Inc. builds software that enables enterprises to rapidly adopt a modern data strategy and robustly manage unlimited amounts of data. Composable DataOps Platform, a full-stack analytics platform with built-in services for data orchestration, automation and analytics, accelerates data engineering, preparation and analysis. Built with a composable architecture that enables abstraction and integration of any software or analytical approach, Composable serves as a coherent analytics ecosystem for business users that want to architect data intelligence solutions that leverage disparate data sources, live feeds, and event data regardless of the amount, format or structure of the data. Composable Analytics, Inc. is a rapidly growing data intelligence start-up founded by a team of MIT technologists and entrepreneurs. For more information, visit composable.ai.