• Yoanna Dimitrova
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I got following error on step 3.

Challenge Not yet complete... here's what's wrong: 
Couldn’t find Agency records from the Account object.

Can anyone pass this step?
Thanks in advance.

I'm having trouble validating challenge 2, with regard to Shinje Tashi's user settings.
Challenge Not yet complete... here's what's wrong: 
Shinje Tashi does not have the user settings he needs.

The instructions say: "This sales data quality specialist supports the entire company and needs to be assigned a role that can see and access all account, contact, and opportunity records for the entire company. Use the Standard User profile."

First off, it seems odd not to handle this through a separate profile, but I'm trying to follow the directions. So...

I created Shinje as an active user, User License: Salesforce, Profile: Standard User. There isn't a role specified for him, and the instructions suggest providing access to all acct, contact and oppty records through a role assignment, so I created a Sales Data Admin role, reporting to the CEO. That role should provide RECORD access. Additionally, for OBJECT access, I created a permission set granting full access (CRED, View All, Modify All) to Acct, Contact, and Oppty objects and assigned it to Shinje. I created a separate permission set granting access to the Language preference field on Acct, named that permission set "Bilingual Pilot" as instructed, and assigned it to Shinje.

I'm not sure what I'm missing...


I'm trying to reformat the GeoJSON file in the Create a Custom Map for Analytics Charts module (the Build and Administer Analytics trail). I'm having a hard time completing the following steps: 
  • For the Los Angeles zip codes, create a script or use a fancy regular-expressions formula to move external_id up one level so it’s a child of features.
  • Be sure to rename the new key-value node "id".
  • The value of each "id" will be a zip code, to match the zip codes in your dataset's Zipcode column.
  • If your script output a file with a new name, note the name of the file and its location. You need them when you upload the GeoJSON to Analytics.

I've opened the file in Sublime, but I'm not sure how to proceed. I did manage to move the external_id one level (only in the for the 90001 id). Don't think it would be efficient to move the other id's up manually? 

Anybody succeeded with this and perhaps explain to me how it is done?

Thanks! :)