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Create the retail sales schema and dataset

This tutorial provides you with the prerequisites and assets required for all other Adobe Experience Platform Data Science Workspace tutorials. Upon completion, the Retail Sales schema and datasets will be available for you and members of your IMS Organization on Experience Platform.

Getting started

Before starting this tutorial, you must have the following prerequisites:

Create Retail Sales schema and dataset

The Retail Sales schema and datasets are created automatically by using the provided bootstrap script. Follow the steps below in order:

Configure files

  1. Inside the Experience Platform tutorial resource package, navigate into the directory bootstrap , and open config.yaml using an appropriate text editor.
  2. Under the Enterprise section, input the following values:
    Enterprise:
        api_key: {API_KEY}
        org_id: {IMS_ORG}
        tech_acct: {technical_account_id}
        client_secret: {CLIENT_SECRET}
        priv_key_filename: {PRIVATE_KEY}
    
    
  3. Edit the values found under the Platform section, Example shown below:
    Platform:
        platform_gateway: https://platform.adobe.io
        ims_token: {ACCESS_TOKEN}
        ingest_data: "True"
        build_recipe_artifacts: "False"
        kernel_type: Python
    
    
    • platform_gateway : The base path for API calls. Do not modify this value.
    • ims_token : Your {ACCESS_TOKEN} goes here.
    • ingest_data : For the purpose of this tutorial, set this value as "True" in order to create the Retail Sales schemas and datasets. A value of "False" will only create the schemas.
    • build_recipe_artifacts : For the purpose of this tutorial, set this value as "False" to prevent the script from generating a Recipe artifact.
    • kernel_type : The execution type of the Recipe artifact. Leave this value as Python if build_recipe_artifacts is set as "False" , otherwise specify the correct execution type.
  4. Under the Titles section, provide the following information appropriately for the Retail Sales sample data, save and close the file after edits are in place. Example shown below:
    Titles:
        input_class_title: retail_sales_input_class
        input_mixin_title: retail_sales_input_mixin
        input_mixin_definition_title: retail_sales_input_mixin_definition
        input_schema_title: retail_sales_input_schema
        input_dataset_title: retail_sales_input_dataset
        file_replace_tenant_id: DSWRetailSalesForXDM0.9.9.9.json
        file_with_tenant_id: DSWRetailSales_with_tenant_id.json
        is_output_schema_different: "True"
        output_mixin_title: retail_sales_output_mixin
        output_mixin_definition_title: retail_sales_output_mixin_definition
        output_schema_title: retail_sales_output_title
        output_dataset_title: retail_sales_output_dataset
    
    

Run the bootstrap script

  1. Open your terminal application and navigate to the Experience Platform tutorial resource directory.
  2. Set the bootstrap directory as the current working path and run the bootstrap.py Python script by entering the following command:
    python bootstrap.py
    
    
    The script may take several minutes to complete.

Next steps

Upon successful completion of the bootstrap script, the Retail Sales input and output schemas and datasets can be viewed on Experience Platform. See the preview schema data tutorial for more information.
You have also successfully ingested Retail Sales sample data into Experience Platform using the provided bootstrap script.
To continue working with the ingested data: