Just saw this, so will answer now as a reference for future searches.
Yes, you can create new types of entities in AEP now. The concept is
called "multi-entity segmentation", and as you describe this allows you
to create lookup data that can be tied to both XDM Profile schemas and
also XDM Experience Event schemas for things like product lookup, zip
code lookup, etc. These fields can then be included in the segmentation
logic boolean expressions same as your profile and event attributes. The
I don't see your data or schemas so will just outline some generic steps
to try: 1. Make sure that your two XDM Profile based schemas have
exactly one primary identity marked, and if those two identities aren't
in the same namespace, then at least one of those schemas must have a
secondary identity that matches the other schema's primary identity. 2.
Mark your datasets for profile service and then load your data. Marking
afterwards doesn't work as loading profile service is not retroactive.
If you are here: https://platform.adobe.com/home and you don't see the
word "Destinations" on the left hand side of the page immediately
underneath the word "Sources" then your instance of AEP (or your current
AEP sandbox) has not been provisioned with Real-time CDP:
If you think that this is incorrect and you should have this product
available to you then either contact your Adobe account team or open a
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: