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Crawling a Site for Adobe Analytics Implementation

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Hi Guru's,

I'm looking to review a site that is in development and has Adobe Analytics implemented. Adobe used to provide a tool called Digital Pulse which enabled you to crawl a site and extract a report on the variables fired on each page. Now there is just the digital pulse debugger part of this tool left.

Does anyone know of an alternative tool that will:

a) crawl a site and

b) extract (from sniffing the packet) the adobe variables

I've used Httpfox and Chrome developer tools to review individual calls as I navigate but am looking for a way of exhaustively capturing the information for review.

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to crawl our sites assuming it they are not behind the corporate firewall we use Observepoint. 

www.observepoint.com

they are doing a session at the Adobe Summit next month

https://adobesummit.lanyonevents.com/2015/slc/connect/search.ww?utm_campaign=Summit%20Promo%202015%2...

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Hi Marlyn,

I think the end objective you're trying to achieve can also be abhieved through Data Warehouse(if its enabled for your company/report suite).I would request to have a look at https://marketing.adobe.com/resources/help/en_US/reference/data_warehouse.html and see if this section helps achieve your end result.

 

Do let us know in case you have queries.

 

Thanks
Nikhil

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to crawl our sites assuming it they are not behind the corporate firewall we use Observepoint. 

www.observepoint.com

they are doing a session at the Adobe Summit next month

https://adobesummit.lanyonevents.com/2015/slc/connect/search.ww?utm_campaign=Summit%20Promo%202015%2...

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Observepoint is a good option, but pricey.  What about WASP.crawler?  I'm just starting to experiment with it myself.