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Hi Team,

we have a usecase where there is a content website where there are multiple articles. We want to upload offline data of the users who have read which articles and when( basically maintaining the history of the articles read) and accordingly will personalize those users. There will be multiple such rows corresponding to same user id. So how will that data will be utilized/ analyzed in AAM?

Example: (same userid , multiple rows but same keys)

Userid= 1, Article= Food , Date= 5/01/2017

Userid= 1, Article= Style , Date= 4/05/2018

Userid= 1, Article= Fashion , Date= 3/04/2019

How will AAM take up this file with same userid have multiple rows? Will this user id will be considered as the one who has read food, style and fashion article corresponding to the dates?

Elaborating more: As we have a limit of 200 lines we can process for each user ID sent in the inbound data file.

<user ID1><TAB><trait ID>,<trait ID>,<trait ID>

<user ID1><TAB><trait ID>,<trait ID>,<trait ID>

<user ID1><TAB><trait ID>,<trait ID>,<trait ID>

I want to understand how about same key but different values are going to work and what data will come in AAM corresponding to <user ID1>

<user ID1><TAB><Article= Food>,<Date= 5/01/2017>

<user ID1><TAB><Article= Style >,< Date=4/05/2018>

<user ID1><TAB><Article= Fashion>,<Date=3/04/2019>

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