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Allow for a simple way to pass multiple unique variables to a single s.Evar on a single page

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tim_williams1
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25-02-2010

I can do this using list variables on s.props, can we support the same for s.Evar's e.g a company may look like s.evar1="adobe|apple|IBM". Success events would be attributed to each unique company name in this example. 

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Have you tried doing this now then classifying the values out to the three parts shown?

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adamgreco0
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25-02-2010

This is the long asked for "List eVar" or Products variable with persistence.  Woudl be very useful...

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25-02-2010

As Adam rightly pointed out  - that the product eVar, in particular, needs a list. Most sites have multiple products listed on the same page. Currently there is no way to fire prodView (or any other event) for several products on such a page. Much needed !

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Products is a comma-separated list of products, so you can have several products with the same event.  Adam was referring to applying the product variable functionality, meaning the ability to list values, but have it persist like a regular eVar (product expires on page view, so it doesn't persist).

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benjamingaines2
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07-02-2011

Our team is currently working on a solution to this problem. Stay tuned for more news on this in the near future.

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benjamingaines2
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07-04-2011

This is implemented in the form of List Variables in SiteCatalyst 15.