I was unable to fix this permanently, I was forced to query the RDBMS
for values not containing ":" for example. This is a mere bandaid for
what I was trying to achieve but at least we can run BAU import again.
Hi, I'm working on an import workflow, the data I'm receiving isn't
clean. I need to map a string field into a long field. However the
source RDBMS field contains values that has non numeric. I'm trying to
manage this with either a split or a test but I'm getting nowhere as
ISNAN(fieldname) isn't supported (apparently). Does anyone know how to
work with this?
Thanks for getting back to me guys, really appreciate it!So I kinda gave
up trying to find a solution on the internet. I ended up doing this
manually. I calculated it was something in excess of 35,000 check boxes
in the end. I feel like the answer is somewhere in between both of your
replies.andreyt99885240 I've had trouble with this, normally I build it
out in our Staging environment and subsequently importing to Main. There
are always issues with the operators/operator groups.Jean-Serge Biron...
I have subsequently created the folder structures manually. The fastest
method I've found thus far is to manually create each folder but using
keyboard shortcuts to create lists, folders, generic folders,
personalisation blocks and campaign/delivery templates.I'm now working
on a workflow that updates permissions from a CSV. Has anyone done this
before? I've calculated that I will need to ensure that 35,000 tick
boxes are ticked/unticked. Which is quite a laborious task.
Hi I work at a charity organisation with 25 different marketing silos
who break their folder structure up by year. Each folder has its own
unique Plans, Programmes, Folders, Deliveries. Lists, Campaign and
Delivery templates. Each with their own respective permissions.Every
year we will need to setup new folders for these teams with all the
permissions and sub directories. This is really time consuming to setup
and quality check.Does anyone know a super quick way of doing this or is