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Synchronization Methods

Verb's data synchronization process supports various ingestion methods based on the capabilities of your data source. Properly configuring data synchronization will help provide the most up-to-date data in your dashboard collections.
For data sources such as Excel and CSV files, data tends to change less often than data generated by an application database. A an application that generates data occasionally will likewise use a different synchronization method that an application with a high volume of data ingress.
Verb generally supports the following synchronization methods for data sources
  • Full - A complete refresh of all data in the data source.
  • Incremental - Changes are tracked incrementally added based on a user-specified database field. New data created since the last synchronization attempt is ingested.
  • Change Tracking (CT) - Uses a database's built-in Change Tracking to query the net changes since the last synchronization attempt. Only changed data is ingested.
  • Change Data Capture (CDC) - Uses a database's built-in Change Data Capture to query the change tables and related metadata to track the net changes since the last synchronization attempt. Only changed data is ingested.