We’ve updated the reading about a component so you can have a better experience with your integrations.

You can access the following reviewed articles:



We’ve had improvements in the DB V2 component to enable custom data types (STRUCT) receival via procedures in Oracle databases. Click here to access the updated article about DB V2.

Mongo DB

Now you can configure connection properties (eg.: timeout) in the Mongo DB component. Click here to read the article.

We’ve also fixed a few bugs:


It became possible to specify the charset of the file to be read by the CSV to JSON V2 component.

Portal adjustments

  • reduction in the time to save pipelines;

  • pipelines with many versions no longer present error when saved;

  • improvement in the responsiveness of pipelines and deployments listing;

  • correction in the pipeline re-execution screen, which wouldn’t let the request to be sent;

  • improvement in the display of information about adjustments in the Capsules deployment;

  • the list of names of pipelines moved between projects is now fully displayed.


Thinking about making your routine with the Digibee Platform easier, we’re releasing ready-to-use Capsules.

Take a look at the Collections with news:


The SAP Collection Capsules have all been designed to abstract calls to SAP, encapsulating the capacity of calling remote functions (RFC) to the SAP system and delivering flexibility and easiness to integrate other systems with SAP.

  • SAP RFC - Connector (JSON Input): generic Capsule, used for any operation with the SAP remote functions. It’s possible to read table data and registers in a more complete way, update or insert new registers (suppliers, clients, addresses, etc.).

  • SAP RFC - Read Nota Fiscal: obtains invoice information through the BAPI_J_1B_NF_GETDETAIL function.

  • SAP RFC - Connectivity test: Capsule for connectivity tests with SAP.

  • SAP RFC - Read Table: check SAP table data through the RFC READ_TABLE function.

Click here to read the complete article about this Collection.

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