Creating the Custom Enrichment CSV File
  • 08 Aug 2023
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Creating the Custom Enrichment CSV File

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Article Summary

The CSV file contains headers and values. The first column of the CSV file lists data that identifies which assets to enrich, such as an asset name or ID. The other columns in the CSV include the data that will be added to the asset.

When the value in the asset matches the value in the first column, the values in the other columns are added to the asset. The headings of these other columns are used to name the enrichment fields in the asset with indicator text such as Enrichment prepended to the column heading.

An Example CSV File

In the example CSV file below, the id column is what identifies which assets to enrich. When this value matches the value from the asset, that asset with that id is enriched with the data in the Name, Email_address and Physical_address columns.

Hyphens " - " are not allowed in the column headers/field names. Use underscores " _ " instead.


The asset with id of 3 will be enriched with the data from that row in the CSV as follows:

When there is no value in a column for a particular asset, that asset is not enriched with that field. In the example above, the asset with an id of 8 would only be enriched with the fields Name and Email_address.

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