Added adobe marketing cloud debugger on chrome and I am able to see the requests, but couldn't able to see anything on my AEM dashboard (page views, visits, ect). I am running the application form localhost. Can anyone help me to resolve this?
Sorry for the basic question, worth asking :
Did you check that your configuration is not excluding the hit from your ip address ?
Not sure about this. Could you please tell me how to do/check this?? I don't have admin privilege on omniture dashboard but can view the reports like page views, pages ect.
For implementation the admin(client) had shared the AppMeasurement.zip file in which I updated the parameters like RSID,SERVER,MCORG ect.
Coding you need to read the Angularitics for its implementation.
The direct call rules are done in DTM
To check your work use Network tab and look at fired beacons to review your output.
This is not a 5 min and voila you are done. It will take a fair bit of Dev work and testing. You need to be able to work closely with Adobe Admin.
Thanks Pabloc. Will try this, but without MCORG-ID, RSID, Tracking server how it will send data/request to adobe analytics? because there is no option to include these parameters in the source code.
RSID can be found by looking at console output of any page presently using the same code. MCORG-ID not sure what you mean...
Were you not provided with:
Header and footer codes?
The adobe Administrator for your company should provide the specific library settings for you.
There are two primary functions that will send data to Adobe:
You may fire those depending on the situation, see these topics in the documentation:
The s.t() Function - Page Tracking
The s.tl() Function - Link Tracking
I had included the path for AppMeasurement and VisitorAPI in my index.html
Then added the Example page code (https://marketing.adobe.com/resources/help/en_US/sc/implement/appmeasure_mjs_pagecode.html) in the pages that I need to track
/* Conversion Variables */