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@fpinchon,@diganP Do you know how I can resolve this issue when using Data Stream In tool? I am getting a similar error message but there is no option available to run pre-create SQL. I have tried all 3 creation modes but always get the error:
Error: Data Stream In (6): DataWrap2ODBC::SendBatch: SQL compilation error:
Expression type does not match column data type, expecting TIMESTAMP_NTZ(9) but got TIMESTAMP_LTZ(9) for column....
I have found a workaround using the DateTime tool to convert each date and datetime field to a string. They are then read as varchar in Snowflake. It works, but is not scalable as these fields would need to be specified for each different table.