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An Einstein Analytics Consultant is working with a subscriptions based company to build a dashboard to understand customer renewals. Each subscription is captured as a Closed Won Opportunity within Salesforce and a single Account can only have one active subscription. Unfortunately, the Opportunity record does not specify whether it is a renewal or a net new subscription. Which data transformation should be used to determine if a subscription is new or a renewal?

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An Einstein Analytics Consultant is working with a subscriptions based company to build a dashboard to understand customer renewals. Each subscription is captured as a Closed Won Opportunity within Salesforce and a single Account can only have one active subscription. Unfortunately, the Opportunity record does not specify whether it is a renewal or a net new subscription.
Which data transformation should be used to determine if a subscription is new or a renewal?

  • computeRelative
  • computeExpression
  • augment
  • flatten ✅

Correct Answers

flatten ✅

Explanation

The new dataflow design contains the following changes:

  • Extracts the role IDs from the UserRole object.
  • Uses the Flatten transformation to generate a column that stores a comma-separated list of the role IDs of all parents of each user. When you determinated the predicate in the previous step, you temporarily referred to this column as “ParentRoleIDs”.
  • Link the new column to the OppRoles dataset.

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