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Associate list var values with list prop like a multidimensional array?

morgant29080047
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We have an internal site that lets users pick several documents at a time and each of these documents have several pieces of metadata associated with it. We're using a list var for the document title and list props for the various metadata. But in Analytics, if you break down the title by one of these list props, we're seeing more values than should be there. You can see it below from the console when the Launch rule is called. Should the individual values of those props line up with the titles in the List Var in Analytics? Ex: For "Why Value?" should only "Product Presentation" show when rolling prop3 under it in Analytics?

 

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What we're seeing in AA is this:

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1 Accepted Solution
Khurshid_Alam
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

When you set List prop with a list var, all the values in the list prop line up with the list var values. So, ideally, all prop3 values should show under "why value?". You can check this by enabling all 20 items in the break down. 

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Khurshid_Alam
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Employee
Employee

When you set List prop with a list var, all the values in the list prop line up with the list var values. So, ideally, all prop3 values should show under "why value?". You can check this by enabling all 20 items in the break down. 

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morgant29080047
Level 2
Level 2

@Khurshid_Alam Thanks, that's what I figured. But is there a way to not have it work that way? We only want to report the metadata associated the specific titles (so for each list var value, there'd be a corresponding value in prop3, prop4, etc).

Khurshid_Alam
Employee
Employee
Based on how breakdown works in Workspace, there is no way to avoid that. You might want to set up a different prop to store only the corresponding prop3/prop4 value.