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Outdated release! Latest docs are Release 8.2: Supported Data Types

   

Trifacta® supports the following data types.

Tip: Transforms that include functions work only if the inputs are of a data type and format valid for the function. You should clean up the type and format of your columns before you apply transformations to them.

For more information on how to explicitly reference these data types in your steps, see Valid Data Type Strings.

Custom Types

If you have created a custom type, it is available for selection from the column type drop-down.

NOTE: After a custom type has been created, a platform restart is required. Please contact your Trifacta administrator.

  • A custom type can be created based on a dictionary file. If a value is contained in the type's dictionary, the value is considered valid. See Create Custom Data Types.



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