I do see that Org Unit Parents has an additional column, for "Row Version". What is row version? I do not find its definition.
Hi Renee. I can look into this for you. thanks Joel.
Org Unit Parents is the direct relationship one step up in the hierarchy, Org Unit Ancestors would be one row for each org unit above this org unit in the hierarchy (parents, grandparents, great-grandparents etc. - to borrow from the family terminology).
The row version is a way of indicating which row is newest - you would use it with differentials primarily. If you are looking at two rows that have the same primary key in a given file (indicating there has been more then one update in that time period), the newest one has a larger Row Version.
Hope that helps!
Hello again Renee, Kara got the the goods first... thanks Kara!
Here is more detail:
[Archived Content] https://community.brightspace.com/s/article/Brightspace-Core-Analytics-Administrator-Guide
Brightspace Data Set: Org Unit Ancestors
Returns a list of all the org units and the corresponding ancestors for an org unit. An ancestor is defined as a parent of an org unit.
Data Set Availability
This data set is available as:
· Full CSV, produced on a weekly basis, containing all of the data.
· Differential CSV, produced on a daily basis or hourly basis as a paid add-on, containing the differences (diffs) of the data that was updated or inserted since the last successful differential which is typically the previous day or hour, respectively.
Brightspace Data Set: Organizational Unit Parents
Returns the direct parent of each org unit in order to build out the initial org unit structure.
Thanks for the quick responses, @Kara Schimmelfing and @Joel McNee .
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