Cinchy Table

1. Overview

Cinchy Tables are commonly used data sync sources.

Example Use Case: You want to set up batch sync between a Cinchy Table and Hubspot to sync important sales analytics information. You can do so by using the Cinchy Table as your source, and a REST API as your target.

The Cinchy Table source supports batch syncs. To do a real-time sync from a Cinchy Table, you would use the Cinchy Event Broker/CDC Source instead.

2. Info Tab

You can review the parameters that can be found in the info tab below (Image 1).




Mandatory. Input a name for your data sync

Cinchy to Hubspot


Mandatory. This is a pre-populated field containing a version number for your data sync. You can override it if you wish.



Optional. Review our documentation on Parameters here for more information about this field.

3. Source Tab

The following table outlines the mandatory and optional parameters you will find on the Source tab (Image 2).

The following parameters will help to define your data sync source and how it functions.



Mandatory. Select your source from the drop down menu.

Cinchy Table


Mandatory. The domain where your source table resides.


Table Name

Mandatory. The name of you source table.

Q1 Sales

Suppress Duplicate Errors

Optional. This field determines whether duplicate keys in the source are to be reported as warnings (unchecked) or ignored (checked). The default is unchecked. Checking this box can be useful in the event that you only want to load the distinct values from a collection of columns in the source.

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