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I've created a dataset using a dataset recipe, Which is basically a filtered list of opportunities from an existing Opportunity dataset. I updated the JSON dataflow and created a new node to register the data set. The dataflow ran successfully and the new dataset contains the filtered records - So far so good.

I am now trying to edit a standard sales wave dashboard and replace the reference to the standard Opportunity dataset with the new filtered dataset. When I save the change I get the message "Invalid Json - Dataset with name: Filtered_Opportunities1 is missing from datasets. The new dataset is in the same app as the one I am trying to replace.

What may be causing this?

  • If you have a wish to receive proper answer then share your code – Santanu Boral Mar 23 '17 at 1:42
  • This is the node that I have added to the JSON "Register_Filtered_Opportunities": { "action": "sfdcRegister", "parameters": { "SFDCtoken": "SFDCtoken", "name": "Filtered_Opportunities", "alias": "Filtered_Opportunities1", "source": "Join_OpportunityStage_Previous" } Thanks. – Gwyte Mar 23 '17 at 3:31
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You have to add the second dataset to your sales dashboard. In JSON scroll on the bottom and there is node "datasets". There you can see one dataset. Add the second dataset and you should be good to go.

An example of having two datasets:

"datasets": [
    {
        "id": "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX",
        "label": "Dataset_2",
        "name": "Dataset_2",
        "url": "/services/data/v40.0/wave/datasets/XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"
    },
    {
        "id": "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX",
        "label": "Dataset_2",
        "name": "Dataset_2",
        "url": "/services/data/v40.0/wave/datasets/XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"
    }
] 
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