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If you look at some older release notes, it becomes slightly clearer what exactly Sandstorm may be: We’ve rebuilt our sandbox copy engine to optimize performance, scalability, and customer success. The new engine impacts Full sandboxes as they are created and existing Full sandboxes as they are refreshed. ... Several enhancements to the copy ...


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Here's the Official: Wave - Analytics Cloud Group in Success Community you can ask your wave related questions there with #AskTheACExperts and probably cc : @[Lauren Peterson] from Salesforce


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SQL is a more traditional and widespread query language. It is ubiquitous and not at all limited to just Salesforce. The one place it is used within the Salesforce system is Marketing Cloud. SOQL is the basic query language used in Apex, the REST API, etc. (reference): Use the Salesforce Object Query Language (SOQL) to search your organization’s ...


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Lets take a look at your results and try to make sense of them. This takes a bit of understanding of statistics. The sentiment analysis has broken down different parts of what it's read and evaluated each part, returning the probability that each part is either positive, negative or neutral. I'm going to round your numbers to two digits for simplicity. ...


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TL; DR The results from the supplied Einstein (Metamind) Sentiment model will only be as good as the input data that Salesforce used to create it. If your text varies significantly from the training data you are unlikely to get the expected result. You can't refine this model with more examples. You could create a new language dataset with the type "text-...


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I don't believe these objects are supported by Salesforce Analytics as per the Wave Data Integration Guide - Page 15. You can also see Unsupported Salesforce Objects and Fields via below link https://help.salesforce.com/HTViewHelpDoc?id=bi_integrate_salesforce_extract_transformation_unsupported_objects_fields.htm&language=en_US Import into Wave - Best ...


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All explained well in this blog - https://nextgensalesforce.wordpress.com/2015/09/28/creating-your-very-own-salesforce-wave-application/ From link- Step 1: As first steps you need to sign up for a WAVE development org. (P.S If you’re existing developer org has Analytics licenses you can jump to Step 3) Step 2: You can register for your very own WAVE ...


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If you don't specify a limit, the default limit is 10,000 SAQL Limit Reference here's a blog from Andrew about downloading a dataset where he talks about changing the limit and querying more records.. but the maximum he mentions is around 75,000 after which it times out.


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If you go to https://{YourInstance}/insights/web/lens.apexp , you will get the JSON Viewer for all your dashboards , lenses & edgemarts (datasets).. the edgemart section will have the dataset name , alias and the unique id. you can check this reference for more details on the JSON viewer and where all you can use JSON to extend some of the analytics ...


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I did some research on this and I found out the answer for My question. I am sharing all the findings below in case someone need to refer this in future. 1) I got some interesting detailed explanation on this from Link. Click_here , I am copying some important facts from this as below Salesforce Classic: It's the platform which we are using from long time ...


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With the help of Salesforce Shield you can track 60 fields per object and duration upto 10 years by default. Refer Field Audit Trail You would define the history retention of custom duration on a per-object basis using the Metadata API, which cannot be possible through Salesforce UI. Refer Field Audit Trail Implementation Guide Here is an example: <?...


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Wave analytics is a new cloud based analytic tool that will help you to create powerful reports and dashboards from your large amount of enterprise data .The data may be inside SFDC or may reside in your external system . The best place to get started is using Trailhead .Below are some of Trailhead modules that will get you started .Also you will get a free ...


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https://releasenotes.docs.salesforce.com/en-us/winter16/release-notes/rn_bi_sandstorm.htm When you use the Sandbox to test Wave Analytics functionality, sandbox copy now uses the new Sandstorm algorithm. Although I have have not been able to find any information directly related to what the "Sandstorm algorithm" actually is. Unless this is it: https:/...


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It all comes down to the same thing. Salesforce Einstein Analytics or Einstein Analytics (Wave) is the name of the technology powered by AI. Analytics cloud simply refers to the platform for connecting data from multiple sources and creating interactive views of that data, which is powered by Einstein, or again, Wave or Einstein analytics.


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Are you registering your dataset? After all your extraction and transformation you have to register the last step in order to actually create the Dataset. Make sure you have a node like this in your dataflow: "Register_Dataset_Node": { "action": "sfdcRegister", "parameters": { "name": "Dataset Label", "alias": "Dataset_API_Name", ...


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This is possible, SAQL has a cogrouping function which allows you to join two or more datasets together. This allows for both inner and outer joins. https://developer.salesforce.com/docs/atlas.en-us.bi_dev_guide_saql.meta/bi_dev_guide_saql/bi_saql_statement_group.htm Another option is to pull the data into Wave using a Dataflow, here you can use the ...


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The Lightning Experience is bringing the Presentation Layer of Wave / Analytics cloud into standard Salesforce Reports & Dashboard. But the Backend Analytics engine of Wave / Analytics cloud will not be included into standard salesforce and will need a separate license / purchase here's the snippet from Lightning Experience FAQ Q: Do the reports ...


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Now you can just go to this link developer.salesforce.com/promotions/orgs/Wave-DF15-DE Thanks to trailhead now I can learn and explore WAVE


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You can't add analytics cloud to your dev org at the moment. The help contains some basics - just search for "analytics cloud", and if you have access to a premier training org there are the white (20 mins) and green (6 hours) belt training videos. If you are a US based partner there are demo orgs available after you have completed white/green belt ...


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FYI, Task and Event objects are now supported by native Salesforce Analytics Cloud dataflow. Now, you should be able to view these objects in the Dataset builder.


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You can't apply filters directly with Lightning. You will need to create a VF page and apply the filters using that. See this post for reference. So, it would look something like <apex:page sidebar="true" standardController="account"> <wave:dashboard dashboardId="0FKB000000006Y7OAI" showTitle="true" height="475px" ...


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Click on the App and click on the list icon on the left of the Dashboard label and choose the default dashboard


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To count associated records in the Dataflow - simply add a Compute Expression node after the Object you wish to count. In this example we count the number of Opportunities for each Account. In the Compute expression, add a Field called 'CountOpps' or similar. In the SAQL area for this field just type: 1 Remember to change the Precision to 10 and Scale to ...


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Please be aware, that Conversion Tracking and Web & Mobile Analytics Collect Code are two different applications with different use cases. The first one indeed solves your use case, since it keeps track on conversions coming from emails - You can use this data for reporting purposes. It however uses an entirely different tracking script than W&MA. ...


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It may simply be that the dataset builder interface doesn't support it, because the activities objects are a bit special (they have their own special datamodel to support the way they can have variable associative relationships https://www.salesforce.com/developer/docs/api/Content/sforce_api_erd_activities.htm). I have not verified myself yet, but I suspect ...


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Both Assumptions are correct. Following connections are possible with Wave to import data in Salesforce : Regarding point #2, We tried linked custom object with Account but still not able to see those object in Analytics data set. So, this point needs to be confirmed practically. Demo videos show custom object are supported.


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Thanks Vamsi - Yes - the only way I can see this being achievable is to augment another column/dataset and then in the query add the grouping.. With this being the case.. you will have to split this into 75k segments. I would test this.. this may have changed on new update.. but essentially all I am using is the https://github.com/forcedotcom/Analytics-Cloud-...


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1 - There are no logs, however you can see the transactions taking place by going into Chrome --> Inspect Element ---> Network ---> Remote --> Headers OR Response. Do this on the dashboard, and when you are at the screen refresh the page so it pulls in all of the information on the calls. 2 - I have a copy of the dataset here: http://www.andrewprice.me/...


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So, after a lot of Googling, I came upon the following. First, open the dashboard. Then create a lens that does a GROUP BY for the relevant dimension. Clip it to Designer. Go to the dashboard, click on the List widget to create an empty one and then click on the clipped Lens to fill the List. Now the List is persistent, i.e. it also exists in the JSON file.


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Well, if you have gone thru this Wave Mobile Exploration Trailhead module, you will notice that Wave Analytics App is a different mobile app from Salesforce1 mobile App. You can install the Wave Analytics mobile app from app store


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