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Adobe Bulk Data insertion API (BDIA) question

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Hello, 

 

I've read documents about BDIA followed steps. (https://spark.adobe.com/page/0jhQHMs74AtYz/)

It works well and I believe it is definitely useful tool. 

But when I wanted to insert metric data, I don't know how to do that.

According to upon the documents, if I want to insert events data, I have to setup the column name on "events", for example, and typed "event1" below "events".

If I wanted to insert 110,000 traffics of event1 in terms of "prop1", do I need to type "event1" 110,000 times?

Is there any way to insert static number? or way to insert metric data easily?

 

I've tried to find some information of this, I couldn't find anything 😞

Please save me from my trouble. XD

 

Thank you all and Take care!

 

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Correct answer by
Employee Advisor

BDIA is not meant for uploading summary data. However, you wish to upload numeric values (for example discount, return amount etc) as numeric events, you may try event1=11000. Make sure event 1 is set to numeric in Admin Console > Report Suite Settings.

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Correct answer by
Employee Advisor

BDIA is not meant for uploading summary data. However, you wish to upload numeric values (for example discount, return amount etc) as numeric events, you may try event1=11000. Make sure event 1 is set to numeric in Admin Console > Report Suite Settings.

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Hi,

 

Can you explain how did you solve this issue, i am also trying to upload the same kind of data to Adobe...!

 

Thanks,

Raja.

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hi Raja, 

 

I guess that I tried to do like this, and it worked 

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also please check what dimensions are required when you set up the data table 🙂

I hope you solve this problem!