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Incompatible Document Type

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Hello, what does incompatible document type signify?

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Hi @Sanjana12 

 

Incompatible Document type signifies that the incoming transition type is not compatible/different from the current activity document type being used.

 

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A

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Hi @Sanjana12 

 

Incompatible Document type signifies that the incoming transition type is not compatible/different from the current activity document type being used.

 

Regards

A

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Level 6

So, that is when we have to change dimension?

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Hi @Sanjana12 

 

It means that we need to make sure that all the transitions to the next activity should have same Targeting Dimension and Filtering Dimension can vary, it means that all the transition data's should be of same type so that We can do operations like Split, Union, Intersection etc as per requirements,...

 

If the Transition's data is different, please identify if you can form a temporary Join using Enrichment and try doing the operations so that finally you get the compatible data to work upon.

 

Regards,

Pravallika.

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Hi @Sanjana12 ,

It implies the data formatting for the 2 data results being used is incompatible and usually occurs when outcome from the input transitions are being tried to be updated in the target schema or when trying to combine or union 2 different datasets.

Mostly, a change dimension works but the other way can be an enrichment with the target table in order to make the transition data compatible.

Hope that helps.

Thanks!