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Import Data in AEP

sidheshwarc5116
Level 3
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I am uploading my data in a simple person details dataset but it says the batch is successful however the profile is not loaded in the profile table.

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The error in the profile table is 

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What could be the possible reason ?

1 Accepted Solution
KevinFosterDX
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

Can't know for sure, but possibly you've put your identity information in the identityMap field and it doesn't match the namespaces in your AEP instance? 

 

Recommendation is to not use the identityMap field - ever - but instead label a string field as a primary identity in your schema. The field must be a string, exactly one string field must be marked as a primary identity, and when loading data, no record can have a blank/null value for this field.

 

You can see more information here:

 

https://www.adobe.io/apis/experienceplatform/home/tutorials/alltutorials.html#!api-specification/mar...

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KevinFosterDX
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

Can't know for sure, but possibly you've put your identity information in the identityMap field and it doesn't match the namespaces in your AEP instance? 

 

Recommendation is to not use the identityMap field - ever - but instead label a string field as a primary identity in your schema. The field must be a string, exactly one string field must be marked as a primary identity, and when loading data, no record can have a blank/null value for this field.

 

You can see more information here:

 

https://www.adobe.io/apis/experienceplatform/home/tutorials/alltutorials.html#!api-specification/mar...

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jantzen_belliston-Adobe
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