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Data Sources vs SAINT - difference is between

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Level 4

Hello Team,

someone can explain to me where the difference is between:

Data Sources vs SAINT

Both allow me to import data into Adobe Analytics.

But what's the difference? And what should I use?

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Hi vitalin58577727 ,

Data Sources lets you import offline data in reports however classification allow users to classify the existing data into subsets.

For detailed information in Data sources and Classification below are the links for your reference

Data Sources overview

About classifications

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Employee

Hi vitalin58577727 ,

Data Sources lets you import offline data in reports however classification allow users to classify the existing data into subsets.

For detailed information in Data sources and Classification below are the links for your reference

Data Sources overview

About classifications

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Level 4

Currently we use SAINT to import the offline data.

E.g. product names and their specifications.

What you say does not limit that.

I still don't know the difference.

By the way. We are already working with SAINT.

And I'm learning Data Souce import. and that's why I'm asking about the difference.

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Employee

SAINT import works on already collected key values for the "Product" variable in this case. however Data sources lets you import such key values in reports for the Product variable or any other variable.