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BrasilWillBrasilWill 

Trail Wave Desktop Exploration,  1. Become a Data Explorer 

​I keep getting

Challenge Not yet complete... here's what's wrong: 
The 'Top Laptop Industry' lens was not found. Please follow the requirements and ensure everything is setup correctly


I have named the Lens as step 2 - Enter D01 - Laptops Salespeople - Wall of Fame as the title AND/OR result set Top Laptop Industry

Neither seem to work. I have refresed the screen, even cleared cookies and rebooted the computer. 
Rahul_kumar123Rahul_kumar123
Hi BrasilWill,
 create Your First Wave Analytics App Name called "My Exploration" Please find the below link. 

https://trailhead.salesforce.com/wave_analytics_basics/wave_get_ready_for_trail

Once App is created Assign the app to "Top laptop Industry" .please check the image below.​
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I hope it will be helpful.

Please mark it as solved.so they removed from unanswered questions.and more appear as the proper solution to similar kind of issue.

Best Regards
RahulKumar​
 
BrasilWillBrasilWill
Rahul,

How do I mark a question as answered? 

What you had above, it one of my many attempts. I tried every permutation and made sure that the following was set accurately...

Dataset: DTC Opportunity
Add Group:Industry
Add Group: Product Name
Change Measure: Count of Rows to Sum of Amount
Sort by: Dsc (Descending)
Filter by: Product Family Equals Laptops
Filter by: Won Equals True
Chart Type: Stacked Bar
Lens Name: Top Laptop Industry
App: My Exploration 
BrasilWillBrasilWill
This means I have changed the grouping from Opportunity Owner and Product Name (instructions) to Industry and Product Name (answer key)
BrasilWillBrasilWill
Modified Lense based on answer key...

As it is in this case... I tried different configuration for the lens, saved and launched the connection from Trailhead to make sure the integration is working.
Jeremy King 5Jeremy King 5
Having an issue with the same challenge and receiving this error - I've recreated it several times using the challenge details:  

Details for setting up lens:

"You're concerned about laptop sales and want to see which industry is bringing in the most revenue. Explore the DTC Opportunity dataset, group by Industry, then group by Product Name. Note that grouping order matters! Measure the sum of amount and sort from high to low. Show only won opportunities for the Laptop product family. Change the chart type to Stacked Bar, then save the lens as Top Laptop Industry in the My Exploration app you created earlier.

Dataset: DTC Opportunity
Add Group: Industry
Add Group: Product Name
Change Measure: Count of Rows to Sum of Amount
Sort by: Dsc (Descending)
Filter by: Product Family Equals Laptops
Filter by: Won Equals True
Chart Type: Stacked Bar
Lens Name: Top Laptop Industry
App: My Exploration"

Error:

"Challenge Not yet complete... here's what's wrong: 
The 'Top Laptop Industry' lens does not appear to have the correct query. Please check the requirements and ensure everything is setup correctly."
Jeremy King 5Jeremy King 5
Update: I recreated the new lens per the trailhead detai. One thing I did differently this time was add a description when saving the Lens name and I was able to pass the challenge without error!
BrasilWillBrasilWill
@jeremy, same here! Weird!
Anne-Marie Costantino 12Anne-Marie Costantino 12
Hi everyone
Getting the same error as above, however during this module my screen is different to those shown in trailhead.  See below

I cannot find the Sort by: Dsc (Descending) option on my screen.  
Where on this screen is the Sort function
Reid Beckett 16Reid Beckett 16
I have followed the instructions perfectly, cannot pass this challenge.
Please help!
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Trevor RoyTrevor Roy
Same thing here, tried adding a description to the Lens, followed directions, still getting same error. I've noticed a lot of inconsistencies in the UI between what the trailhead shows/describes vs. what I'm seeing in the summer '17 release.
Carlo SibugCarlo Sibug
Same issue encountered. Tried to recreate it several times but issue still persists even thou correct filters have been applied to the dashboard as per requirement.

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Lilith Van Biesen 9Lilith Van Biesen 9
I have recreated this lens at least 5 times now and added a description, but still it displays this error.
Luis CasillasLuis Casillas

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It looks like there's an update in the UI between April and June. I've tried recrating the lens and adding a description, but nothing works. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. 

Luis  

Rafael TorresRafael Torres
Yeah, the same error here, the check is broken by the last update, I guess. They should fix it soon. :-)
Patrick McClellanPatrick McClellan
I get the same, but all the parameters are right. I'm moving on.

q = load "DTC_Opportunity_SAMPLE";
q = filter q by 'Product_Family' == "Laptops";
q = filter q by 'Won' == "true";
q = group q by ('Industry', 'Product_Name');
q = foreach q generate 'Industry' as 'Industry', 'Product_Name' as 'Product_Name', sum('Amount') as 'sum_Amount';
q = order q by 'sum_Amount' desc;
q = limit q 2000;
Carlo SibugCarlo Sibug
Just an update to this one. I've raised it to the support team and here's their response:

Thanks for reaching us. Sorry for the inconvenience. There is an issue with this module. Our team is working on it to fix the issue. We will update you once the issue fixed.

----

let's hope it would be fixed soon but anyways,we can move on to the next modules and get back to complete the challenge here once it's fixed.

Thanks!

\Carlo :)
Ivan MejiaIvan Mejia
I do not speak English, so I use google translator, sorry if this comment is a little inconsistent. I have the same error as all of you, I followed the instructions but in spite of it I can not overcome the challenge. Today an update was made on Trailhead however the challenge still can not be completed. Would appreciate if someone shares some solution. Regards!!
pchoipchoi
Please vote up this reply. We've discovered that there is a problem with the validation code in the "Become a Data Explorer" and "Analyze Your Data Over Time" challenges. The problem came from changes introduced by the new Explorer. We are working on a fix, which should be out next week. In the meantime, please hold off on attempting to complete these two units. Extremely sorry for the frustration and time lost. The updated challenges will be much improved. We're really sorry for the poor experience. Will post an update to this thread when resolved. Thanks for your patience!
Bruce DixonBruce Dixon
Bummer.  I'm glad I didn't stare at this too long before checking to see if it was broken.  
Patrick McClellanPatrick McClellan
@pchoi Any update on when this will be fixed? (I'm hoping to earn this badge before TrailheadX next week.)
Othmane MikouOthmane Mikou
Greetings,
It looks like this is not fixed yet. i have tried this morning and still receiving the same message.
David Quick 11David Quick 11
Reached this today - still broken
Angelica Veness 12Angelica Veness 12
Just tried & it worked for me
Gilberto Artuza 5Gilberto Artuza 5
Tried today, still broken...
pchoipchoi
ANNOUNCEMENT: The hands-on challenges for "Become a Data Explorer" and "Analyze Your Data Over Time" have been fixed and deployed. Before trying the challenge again, please delete all previously created lenses with those names and make sure you're using a Wave Developer Edition org. It's also important to follow the order of the challenges. 

Once again, we're really sorry for the trouble. I know you all worked really hard for your badges and our errors blocked you from getting them. Appreciate the patience and determination. Please continue to raise issues if you have problems with challenges. Thanks!
JPSeaburyJPSeabury

When @pchoi says "It's also important to follow the order of the challenges", he means it!

I was getting the 'lens does not appear to have the correct query' error, even after the above announcement that the challenge was fixed. My query looked correct -- but I knew that I had added the "Product Name" Group By first mistakenly (before adding the "Industry" Group By). Even though I deleted the "Product Name" group by (so that Industry was now first), and then re-added it, I got the malformed query error above.

I deleted my lens, started from scratch, and all worked well.

Yoma UttadYoma Uttad
I concur with @JPSeabury! I deleted my previous lens (event though it had the correct configs) and recreated it from scratch by following the correct order and it worked! However, I do feel that is is not the right solution. @pchoi...pls do look into it as to why the final query does not work when we initially make some mistake, but, later correct it.
pchoipchoi
Indeed, I agree completely. Doing the steps in an alternate order isn't a mistake, and results in a perfectly acceptable query. We want to be able to validate the end result and not necessarily the steps you followed. We're working on it. In the meantime, congrats on earning your badges, despite our less than perfect validation. :)
Matt Fisher 19Matt Fisher 19
Hi there - I've followed the latter stages of this, rebuilt my query exactly as @JPSeabury stated... it's still erroring!
Any help is appreciated!
Magnus LundinMagnus Lundin
Hi! Having this issue with Become a Data explorer and Personalize your analytics (In the Navigation TH Module)...  
Would be good to get this sorted out...
pchoipchoi
@Magnus Lundin, please see this thread for an announcement about the fix for Personalize Your Analytics: https://goo.gl/FXUyZp. Let me know if you are still encountering issues. Thanks!
Abirami Mohan 6Abirami Mohan 6
@pchoi I accessed Wave Developer Org and followed all the steps and i am still having the same query issue. 
Yan V.Yan V.
Hello,
I have exactly the same issue: "Challenge Not yet complete... here's what's wrong: 
The 'Top Laptop Industry' lens does not appear to have the correct query. Please check the requirements and ensure everything is setup correctly."

While I fulfilled correctly the requirements so far.
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I read the thread and an another one related to same training but on mobile (https://developer.salesforce.com/forums/?id=9060G000000I3clQAC)
I recreated Application "My exploration", deleted the lenses created for each try and recreated it again. The only point is that I am using a different account as trailhead to use the Developper Edition but it should not be a problem.

Could you please help ? I am a bit frustrated not to validate this training...

Thanks in advance.
 
Alberto MinardiAlberto Minardi
I got the same error today.
Deleted and recreated the lens from scratch following the exact order in the guide worked for me like @JPSeabury and @Yoma Uttad already pointed out.
Thank you!!!
csteincstein
Hi, still got the error! I've re-created the lens already 5 times from scratch following the exact order in the guide. Could you please help ? I am a bit frustrated not to validate this training...

Thanks in advance.
Taha Syed | SalesforceTaha Syed | Salesforce
Solved -
Delete the lens.
Create the lens again by following steps in same order.
When Saving the Lens, use the name "Sales Pipeline Overview" in the name and description.
Save.
 
Mukesh Gupta 38Mukesh Gupta 38

Delete all Lens named Top Laptop Industry and follow order 1 to 10

You will pass.

1. Dataset: DTC Opportunity
2. Add Group: Industry
3. Add Group: Product Name
4. Change Measure: Count of Rows to Sum of Amount
5. Sort by: Dsc (Descending)
6. Filter by: Product Family Equals Laptops
7. Filter by: Won Equals True
8. Chart Type: Stacked Bar
9. Lens Name: Top Laptop Industry
10. App: My Exploration"

Solved

Shaun DavisShaun Davis
@Jeremy King 5: "I recreated the new lens per the trailhead detai. One thing I did differently this time was add a description when saving the Lens name and I was able to pass the challenge without error!"

Same here, deleted all previous lenses followed the steps again in order and still received error, added a simple description and passed.
Bharath Kumar 253Bharath Kumar 253
@pchoi @Mukesh Gupta 38
HI guys i m facing same issue and followed all solutions in this post but still getting error.Would please help me on this
lens which i created
 
Doug DunfeeDoug Dunfee
Anyone who might still get this, please see my response on this aggreate post.  https://developer.salesforce.com/forums/?id=9060G000000BcUBQA0
Amit Asthana 3Amit Asthana 3
I am still facing the issue. I have tried all steps as mentioned in the above and related threads. I have completed the "Analyze your data over time" challenge though.
Lidia Privantu 4Lidia Privantu 4
It is still not working, not even in the json option. I have the error "The 'Top Laptop Industry' lens does not appear to have the correct query. Please check the requirements and ensure everything is setup correctly." Even though everything is set correctly. Is there anything wrong here? Thank you!
 {
    "name": "Top_Laptop_Industry",
    "label": "Top Laptop Industry",
    "visualizationType": "stackhbar",
    "state": {
        "steps": {
            "aggregateflex": {
                "type": "aggregateflex",
                "visualizationParameters": {
                    "visualizationType": "stackhbar",
                    "options": {}
                },
                "datasets": [
                    {
                        "id": "0Fb1t000000Ce7cCAC",
                        "name": "DTC_Opportunity_SAMPLE",
                        "label": "DTC Opportunity",
                        "url": "/services/data/v43.0/wave/datasets/0Fb1t000000Ce7cCAC"
                    }
                ],
                "useGlobal": true,
                "isGlobal": false,
                "selectMode": "multi",
                "broadcastFacet": false,
                "receiveFacet": false,
                "query": {
                    "measures": [
                        [
                            "sum",
                            "Amount"
                        ]
                    ],
                    "groups": [
                        "Industry",
                        "Product_Name"
                    ],
                    "filters": [
                        [
                            "Product_Family",
                            [
                                "Laptops"
                            ],
                            "in"
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                        [
                            "Won",
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                                "true"
                            ],
                            "in"
                        ]
                    ],
                    "order": [
                        [
                            "sum_Amount",
                            {
                                "ascending": false
                            }
                        ]
                    ]
                }
            }
        },
        "widgets": {
            "aggregateflex_chart": {
                "type": "chart",
                "parameters": {
                    "visualizationType": "stackhbar",
                    "autoFitMode": "keepLabels",
                    "theme": "wave",
                    "step": "aggregateflex",
                    "title": {
                        "label": "",
                        "fontSize": 14,
                        "subtitleLabel": "",
                        "subtitleFontSize": 11,
                        "align": "center"
                    },
                    "showValues": true,
                    "axisMode": "multi",
                    "dimensionAxis": {
                        "showAxis": true,
                        "showTitle": true,
                        "title": "",
                        "customSize": "auto",
                        "icons": {
                            "useIcons": false,
                            "iconProps": {
                                "column": "",
                                "fit": "cover",
                                "type": "round"
                            }
                        }
                    },
                    "measureAxis1": {
                        "sqrtScale": false,
                        "showAxis": true,
                        "customDomain": {
                            "showDomain": false
                        },
                        "showTitle": true,
                        "title": ""
                    },
                    "measureAxis2": {
                        "sqrtScale": false,
                        "showAxis": true,
                        "customDomain": {
                            "showDomain": false
                        },
                        "showTitle": true,
                        "title": ""
                    },
                    "legend": {
                        "show": true,
                        "showHeader": true,
                        "inside": false,
                        "descOrder": false,
                        "position": "right-top",
                        "customSize": "auto"
                    },
                    "tooltip": {
                        "customizeTooltip": false,
                        "showDimensions": true,
                        "dimensions": "",
                        "showMeasures": true,
                        "measures": "",
                        "showPercentage": true,
                        "showBinLabel": true
                    },
                    "trellis": {
                        "enable": false,
                        "showGridLines": true,
                        "flipLabels": false,
                        "type": "x",
                        "chartsPerLine": 4,
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                    },
                    "applyConditionalFormatting": true,
                    "exploreLink": true,
                    "columnMap": {
                        "trellis": [],
                        "plots": [
                            "sum_Amount"
                        ],
                        "dimensionAxis": [
                            "Industry"
                        ],
                        "split": [
                            "Product_Name"
                        ]
                    },
                    "normalize": false
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            }
        }
    },
    "datasets": [
        {
            "id": "0Fb1t000000Ce7cCAC",
            "name": "DTC_Opportunity_SAMPLE",
            "url": "/services/data/v43.0/wave/datasets/0Fb1t000000Ce7cCAC"
        }
    ]
}
Dharmendra Uteshiya 29Dharmendra Uteshiya 29
@Mukesh Gupta 38 >> Works perfectly fine by following steps mentioned by you!
akash_dev__cakash_dev__c
Hi All,

I was getting the same error again and again. Apparently the order matters.

Follow the steps in the order as they have been defined in the challenge... I have followed the same approach, instructions and as the result I have cleared the challenge...

steps: 

Dataset: DTC Opportunity
Chart Type: Stacked Bar
Bars: Industry
Bar Segments: Product Name
Bar Length: Sum of Amount
Sort: Descending
Filters: Product Family Laptops
Filters: Won true
Lens Name: Top Laptop Industry
App: My Exploration

follow these steps one by one and if you are having any pre added lenses in your My Exploration app then delete all of them and save the current lens and run the app. 

Below is the query: 

q = load "DTC_Opportunity_SAMPLE";
q = filter q by 'Product_Family' == "Laptops";
q = filter q by 'Won' == "true";
q = group q by ('Industry', 'Product_Name');
q = foreach q generate 'Industry' as 'Industry', 'Product_Name' as 'Product_Name', sum('Amount') as 'sum_Amount';
q = order q by 'sum_Amount' desc;
q = limit q 2000;

Thanks and Regards,
Akash Garg

Please like and share if I am able to help you with my answer.
Ranjeet BhoyarRanjeet Bhoyar
Hi Akash, Yes Steps matters to complete the challenge.
The challenge is failing because of the sequence with which filters are selected. Rest of steps can be in any order.
If you select 'Won' == "true" as a first filter and 'Product_Family' == "Laptops" as a second filter, it results into following query

q = load "DTC_Opportunity_SAMPLE";
q = filter q by 'Won' == "true";
q = filter q by 'Product_Family' == "Laptops";
q = group q by ('Industry', 'Product_Name');
q = foreach q generate 'Industry' as 'Industry', 'Product_Name' as 'Product_Name', sum('Amount') as 'sum_Amount';
q = order q by 'sum_Amount' desc;
q = limit q 2000;

whereas if sequence of adding filters is reversed, then resultant query would be as fllows

q = load "DTC_Opportunity_SAMPLE";
q = filter q by 'Product_Family' == "Laptops";
q = filter q by 'Won' == "true";
q = group q by ('Industry', 'Product_Name');
q = foreach q generate 'Industry' as 'Industry', 'Product_Name' as 'Product_Name', sum('Amount') as 'sum_Amount';
q = order q by 'sum_Amount' desc;
q = limit q 2000;

Trailhead bots are checking for this exact query for challenge to be completed.

I am not sure of these queries have any performance implications, but if there is any, then second query looks more optimal.
 
MUSFAR KT 6MUSFAR KT 6
I am also facing the same error.
Jitender Yadav 38Jitender Yadav 38
I am also facing the same issue
michael skea 5michael skea 5
I am also finding the same issue. All steps done in correct order but not working.
prabhakar addenki 4prabhakar addenki 4
Hi All,

I followed the following steps menitoned by  "Mukesh Gupta 38" and able to complete sucessfully 
******Delete all Lens named Top Laptop Industry and follow order 1 to 11******

1. Dataset: DTC Opportunity
2. Add Group: Industry
3. Add Group: Product Name
4. Change Measure: Count of Rows to Sum of Amount
5. Sort by: Dsc (Descending)
6. Filter by: Product Family Equals Laptops
7. Filter by: Won Equals True
8. Chart Type: Stacked Bar
9. Lens Name: Top Laptop Industry
10. Description :  Top Laptop Industry
11. App: My Exploration"
harhsa naikharhsa naik
Hi All,

I have tried 5 times but getting the same issues. Please help me out.


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Thanks,
Harsha Naik.
Andrew Rennie 4Andrew Rennie 4
This was super time-consuming and frustrating. After deleting all other lenses from the My Exploration app and re-creating them following the exact steps outlined in the bullets I was able to pass both these module's challenges. Unfortunately, this limitation basically punishes you for having followed along with the learning materials in the modules' content and working off your previous work. I did not need to add a Description to the lenses.
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