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Conundrum 6: Finding Meaningful Values

CoreyS
Community Manager
Community Manager
Conundrum 6: Finding Meaningful Values

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Welcome to the sixth Community Conundrum! This week, can you help this reseller find the Beatles?

A reseller of used rock band t-shirts just found out that Vintage Beatles t-shirts are selling like hot cakes. The data includes a column that identifies the band but "vintage" t-shirts are coded with a value of "1". The reseller wants to be able to easily identify Vintage Beatles t-shirts as they get added to inventory.

With a little help from your friend, the reference documentation, configure DSS to validate "vintage" and "Beatles" t-shirts as they get added to inventory.

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tgb417
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@CoreyS ,

When you say:

"The data includes a column that identifies the band but "vintage" t-shirts are coded with a value of "1".

Do you mean that the "condition column" contains a 1?

 

--Tom
CoreyS
Community Manager
Community Manager
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@tgb417 your assumption is correct!

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vintage = 1

 

Hope this helps and let me know if you have any other questions.

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