The question is relating to targetData from the workflow (e.g. segment
code), not Profile data.Example - create a target audience, use the
Segment activity to filter audience into 3 different segment codes, then
use this targetData to personalise a banner in an email/push.There is no
way to preview this as you can't currently enter test targetData.This
use case is not covered by substitution of address functionality.
There is no generate compliment option using an enrichment. You should
use the split activity to filter out the records that aren't matching
your recipient records. This is usually done post enrichment, but if you
know what data is causing records to be dropped you could do this prior
to the enrichment.Standard behaviour when using the Link option (simple
join) in the Enrichment activity is to keep the inbound population, even
if it can't be joined to the target table. I tested using email as my...
If you're using the incremental query you shouldn't need to include the
older subscriptions part of the filter once you've run it the first
time. I'll describe how to create your 7 days ago filter and you can
expand this as required.Assuming you started by selecting Shortcuts >
Subscription menu, then dragged Subscriptions onto the filtering canvas
and selected your service from there...You can add another filtering
criteria and use Advanced mode as follows:For copy+paste purposes:
There is no direct database access to an Adobe hosted Adobe Campaign
instance. However, any and all required data can be exported out of the
platform using the powerful data management workflow capabilities of the
platform and made available to external reporting tools such as Tableau.
The enrichment activity has a diverse range of functions and the
majority of these do not drop data from the inbound population.Assuming
your client is using the reconciliation tab in the enrichment activity,
the way to keep an unreconciled data is to check the box at the bottom
of the reconciliation tab "Keep unreconciled data coming from the work
table". You can then use the split activity to filter out the
unreconciled data and may save this out to a file if required.