Integration FAQs

In this section you'll find answers to frequently asked questions about integrations. Provided that we have received a question for an integration repeatedly, that integration will have a FAQ sub-page in this section.


The columns of my imported table are not recognized and are named as "string_field_0" ? What can I do?

In case you have imported a table (via Google Sheets integration, Sharepoint, CSV, Excel, S3 ...) but the headers are not recognized, instead, all columns are named as string_field_0, string_field_1, string_field_2 etc.

Here is the answer:
BigQuery can't differentiate between the header and actual valid rows. BigQuery infers headers by comparing the first row of the file with other rows in the dataset. If the first line contains only strings, and the other lines contain other data types, BigQuery assumes that the first row is a header row. Otherwise, BigQuery assumes the first row is a data row, and assigns generic column names such as string_field_1.

A workaround to resolve this, is adding a dummy column in your sheet with numbers like:

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