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Want to use the crawl date as a date in the Content Miner when using the web crawler.
The customer used oneWEX before, and has been migrating to WD Premium service since June 2021. However the customer are suffering from lack of functionality in WD.
In oneWEX, when crawled data with using the web crawler, it was possible to set the crawled date as a date item and analyze data with it, however Case (CS2489271) replied that Watson Discovery does not have the same feature.
The lack of this feature is very disadvantageous, because using time series such as trend analysis is most important for the data obtained by web crawler.
In addition, there is no advantage of the Watson Discovery, which affects whether or not the customer will continue to use it in the next year.
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