Hi Manish, Can you post a screenshot of how you configured the Update Data activity? Did you explicitly assign Recipients to the Profiles and Targets > Recipients folder?
When you write records, depending on the data type, they might or might not get assigned to a folder.
To determine if your records are in the database, you can create an 'All Recipients' view. Create a Recipients folder, go into the Folder properties, and on the Restrictions tab activate the 'This folder is a view' checkbox. Let me know if this helps! Linda
You can also go to the Administration > Configuration > Data schemas folder of the Explorer view and open the Recipients schema. Then go to the Data tab to see all records in the table.
Can you clarify what data is not available? I believe Manish was not getting an error, but he could not see the Recipients once they were created because he did not assign them to a folder. By looking at your screenshot, I am not sure what you are trying to do. If you want to check if the record already exists, you need to activate the checkbox for 'Using reconciliation keys' and specify your matching criteria. If you used an Enrichment earlier in the workflow to reconcile, then you could directly update the targeting dimension which is the default shown here.
To update fields, you need to click on the New icon and specify the mapping from the column in the temporary worktable (read from your file) to a column in the database table.
Here is an example:
Note that you can also assign the Recipients to a folder here.
To assign the records to a folder, add a row in the Fields to update section. Then in the Destination column select the folder link and in the Source expression column browse and choose the folder that you want the records linked to. The screenshot above that I shared shows that this has been done. For more help you can request Office Hours: Campaign Office Hours