Level 1 Importing data into list

amruthasai7979
Occasional Contributor

Re: Level 1 Importing data into list

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Yes sir, I have skipped that step, now I got this correct, Thank you very very much sir for your patience and for responding

anand.shekhawat
Super Contributor

Re: Level 1 Importing data into list

@amruthasai7979 

 

No Worries 🙂 .I am glad, the issue is resolved !

 

~Anand

amruthasai7979
Occasional Contributor

Re: Level 1 Importing data into list

Sir, one last question sir, why did we do this, do we have to do this always manually or do we have to import, what exactly is the logic here because I didn't find it the lessons
anand.shekhawat
Super Contributor

Re: Level 1 Importing data into list

@amruthasai7979 

So in here you were trying to import the Employees(child) data under departments(parent). Initially while importing the file you had defined the employees list to go and sit under the respective department. But the departments list members were absent, so Anaplan did not find the correct parent under which it should load the Employee data, that is why it threw the error. After when you created the department list members Anaplan was able to locate the correct parent, so the data got loaded with ease. 

I believe there would an import that needs to be done for creating the departments list. In the above case the departments were very few, that is why i advised you to create manually. Suppose the data would have hundreds of entries, it would be difficult as well as error prone, to manually type in the data. So in that case an import from csv would be the best option.

In the end its you who has to decide how to feed the data into the model seamlessly and keeping it error free.

 

I hope i have answered your question.

 

~Anand

 

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amruthasai7979
Occasional Contributor

Re: Level 1 Importing data into list

Got it sir, Thank you