Can you use _Batch_Last_Run_ as the date for a recursive dataflow?

Have a dataset that doesn't have a timestamp that is being imported via connector. Can I use the batch_last_run as the date to create the recursive dataflow?

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  • GrantSmith
    GrantSmith Indiana 🥷

    You could use it as your partition key but if you're only wanting a single entry you'll want to convert it to a date first before using it as your partition key.

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  • Or would it be helpful to create a tile with currentdate and run that through, and then proceed making it recursive?


    Or maybe I am asking if that would work similarly?

  • GrantSmith
    GrantSmith Indiana 🥷

    The batch_last_run will be the value when your raw data is imported into the system, the currentdate in an ETL would be populated when the ETL actually runs. Depends on what you're wanting to track with your date.

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