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Platform Advanced Exam - Data Load Rules

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  • jharrisjharris LondonSYS_ADMIN IMG42
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    Hi @Tom_Brennan,

    The logic of negative matching can be a little tricky to get your head around.

    Think of it this way: if you have a row where the site name is "Facebook", then it meets your condition of not being "Twitter". On the other hand, "Twitter" rows are not "Facebook"!

    The solution here is to use the AND operator, not OR. In that case, only rows where the site name is not "Facebook" AND not "Twitter" will be included.



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