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We have a source report using which we have created a reporting snapshot that will store the data to the target object using the mapping.
However as per the research and finding on google I created the text field in target object to capture the record type from the source report , however it did not worked yet.
Please advise on this.
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asked May 18, 2018 at 5:58
Samuel RobertSamuel Robert
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As per @Mr.Frodo's suggested article you need:
As a workaround, you can create a Text formula for the desired field, add the fields to your
report, and then map it in the Reporting Snapshot.
From what you said in your question it seems that you did one half of the job - created a Text field on the Target object which is still not enough to achieve what you want.
answered Aug 8, 2018 at 14:46
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