Backtrack or Rebuild data?

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27-02-2018

Good Day everyone,

May I ask, is it possible to rebuild or backtrack data in Adobe Analytics or Discover?

In our recent campaigns, we missing some parameter's in the URL.

E.g.:

Regular AD URL: http://sample.com/index.html?banner=12345&channel=yt

now, we missed the "Channel=yt" for 1 week.

So, in the Omniture, when we see the traffic source by "Channel", we'll see from "YT" significantly dropped for that week.

But the "banner" code is unique, it means, once we know the code is 12345, we know channel=yt as well.

So, is there anyway in Data Warehouse or anywhere, to rebuild or backtrack the data, then in Omniture report, we can see the "Channel" in a correct way?

Please kindly advise.

Thanks.

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You can look at Numeric 2 classifications which allows to create metrics based on period etc.. Numeric 2 Classifications

You can import data using Data Source as well Data Sources Template

All that I can think off right now

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08-03-2018

Hello Gigazelle,

It's hard to know the URL since they are from specific website, in fact it is paid search.

So the landing URLs are a lot and changed by week/month etc...

Thanks for your reply.

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Thank you for the suggestion, I will ask our team try this way!

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Is there a way for you to determine which URL's should have the channel=yt query string parameter?