I have a Journey where it does a decision split based on a Data Extension Contract Type Field= "Commercial". I am using the "Contact data" evaluation option.

I have a primary key based on the ContractID, so it is unique and will only be present in the data once, however a person may be in the data extension multiple times in a year's period with different Contract IDs.

I have 1:N between CustomerDE and ContractDE in Attribute Group.

How should I use attribute-to-attribute comparison in decision splits?

  • What is your problem? What do you want to achieve? I don't get it if you only describe your data relationship – Johannes Schapdick Nov 16 '20 at 10:54
  • How can I recall the Commercial value in the decision split, if my subscriber is present several times in that DE and may have other values ​​in the type of contract. – Mary jON Nov 16 '20 at 11:29

Assuming, your Contract DE is your Entry DE and it has ContactId which relates to Subscriber Key, then whenever the evaluation will be made in the decision split, it will for that contactId. The evaluation is not for the ContractId, but it is for the contact Id(or whichever field relates to subscriber key) Depending on your journey settings, the contact may enter again.

  • so I will use attribute-to-attribute comparison in this way; Contract Type Field= "Commercial" AND contactID(Jurneydata)= Contact I (contact data) – Mary jON Nov 16 '20 at 13:37

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