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BAAAM Trait Request Now Has 1000 Limit?

tszat
Level 3
Level 3

Today I tried to perform some normal maintenance using BAAAM to request all Traits. Unlike previous attempts, it now pops up with a note that it is restricted to 1000 traits and you have to put in a page number (1 for 1-1000, 2 for 1001-2000, I suppose) to get these. Is this new? This makes performing an audit very tedious for those of us with thousands of traits. Am I missing something? Thanks.

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Uditgupta1
Level 2
Level 2

Hi @tszat,

 

There is not limit for requesting the trait or segments using BAAAM tool, can you please tell me how your process that how your are doing.

tszat
Level 3
Level 3
Hi Uditgupta1, I am using the latest BAAAM Excel from 20200502.  I follow instructions and authenticate then validate token successfully. When I use 'request all traits' from the Traits dropdown is when I get that prompt about the 1000 limit. I did find that if I 'request by data source' then I do not get the message and am able to pull more than 1000. So, that seems to be a workaround to get all traits...just a bit more tedious. Thanks.
Uditgupta1
Level 2
Level 2

Hi @tsazt,

 

I am using BAAAM_V2_20191015 and there is not limit for the requesting traits, you all request trait without any specific Data Source. If you want, I can share that Old Version with you.

tszat
Level 3
Level 3
I do have a couple of the older versions that I will try to see if this resolves. Thanks.
tszat
Level 3
Level 3

Hi Uditgupta1,

I am using the latest BAAAM Excel from 20200502.  I follow instructions and authenticate then validate token successfully. When I use 'request all traits' from the Traits dropdown is when I get that prompt about the 1000 limit. I did find that if I 'request by data source' then I do not get the message and am able to pull more than 1000. So, that seems to be a workaround to get all traits...just a bit more tedious. Thanks.