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While configuring an advanced filter condition to read data from Snowflake, the native names appear instead of the platform names and the filter statement fails.
When you run a mapping that contains a filter query for a Snowflake source table with special characters, the expression string in the filter condition is not considered valid and the mapping fails.
When you push the DATE_DIFF() function to Snowflake using a Snowflake ODBC connection, the Secure Agent incorrectly returns the difference values. If the result is positive, the Secure Agent returns negative values, and if the result is negative, it returns positive values.
You cannot write data when the Snowflake Cloud Data Warehouse table contains field names with the # and @ characters.