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Find purchaseIDs connected to a Sku?

MJ_1963
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I'm very new to the reporting side of analytics. How do I take a specific (or all) SKU(s) under products and show all purchaseIDs related to it? If I can't do that is there a way to verify within Adobe Analytics (Site Catalyst) that purchaseIDs are being passed with these SKUs?

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Gigazelle
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Employee
Employee

Okay, so it's a classification then, which is perfect.

Go into the data warehouse capability and pull SKU and purchaseIDs in the breakdown tab. You can then use any metric you'd like, such as page views or revenue. If you have any questions on configuring a data warehouse request, this article can be of some use:

http://microsite.omniture.com/t2/help/en_US/reference/index.html#Data_Warehouse

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Gigazelle
Employee
Employee

Hi Michael,

Do you know what variables you're passing SKUs into? Purchase IDs are only available in the data warehouse capability, so you'd most likely be using that.

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MJ_1963
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Level 3

I'm showing SKUs under Products> Products>Skus

Gigazelle
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Employee
Employee

Okay, so it's a classification then, which is perfect.

Go into the data warehouse capability and pull SKU and purchaseIDs in the breakdown tab. You can then use any metric you'd like, such as page views or revenue. If you have any questions on configuring a data warehouse request, this article can be of some use:

http://microsite.omniture.com/t2/help/en_US/reference/index.html#Data_Warehouse

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