Hi. I am trying to schedule a marketing cloud visitor ID report through data warehouse and when I get the excel file the ID is converted into a scientific format. I have tried to change format by using "Custom" format in excel however that results in multiple zeroes after a few digits. Also this report will be consumed as it is so can't really edit it every time before it is used. Any suggestions would be welcome.
You mention that another team is going to consume this automatically. Are they going to be using Excel to check the data. The data only gets distorted when the file is opened in Excel. if the other team is not using excel, then they shouldn't have any issues.
Did some digging, and this is specifically an issue with Excel - I'm afraid there's not much Adobe can do on this front. Excel automatically converts large numbers to scientific notation, and currently there isn't a way to turn it off.
A workaround would be to start with an empty workbook, then set all cells to the format of 'number'. You can then use the import data from csv functionality to open the file.
Hi hyderziaee. Tried using Report Builder but since I need this MID data correlated with pages and various events as metrics, the limitations with Report Builder do not let me get entire data. Since only Data Warehouse can be used to extract the report is there a way to get MID in the correct (non-scientific) format?
Thanks for your reply. This file has to be automatically consumed by another team which will not be possible with this solution. Is it going to be the same if the file is scheduled through report builder as well? Any other alternatives?