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internal search query string implementation under adobe launch

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Currently, we are having the search URL like this http://example.com/simple.htm#!&query=keyword

 

Setting the query string parameter as "&query" in launch. Search term is not capturing. Is there any alternative? am i missing out something?

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Hi,

 

General structure of the query string is 

http://example.com/simple.html?query=keyword&cid=example

 

Where using "?" the query parameter is separated from rest of the url and to pass two or more query parameter, they are separated by "&".   In above case the query parameters would be "query" and "cid". 

 

Thanks

 

 

 

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Hi,

 

General structure of the query string is 

http://example.com/simple.html?query=keyword&cid=example

 

Where using "?" the query parameter is separated from rest of the url and to pass two or more query parameter, they are separated by "&".   In above case the query parameters would be "query" and "cid". 

 

Thanks

 

 

 

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yes... I aware that.. but our site structure URL is different .. its a call back URL from AJAX

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@prathap08 - If this is still an issue, feel free to tag me and I'll offer up some guidance. The problem, as you know, is that it's a non-standard URL. You'll need custom code to extract the key/value.

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Adding to the comments by @Beenit_Chat. if it is not possible to change the query string structure, you may want to use custom code (in Data Elements) to fetch the values.

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yes... going with custom code only... trying mutiple codes not able to get that exactly .. do you have any idea around that?

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Hi @prathap08 ,

Since your search query parameter is not in the standard format. So, I will suggest you to create a Data Element & use custom logic in this Data Element. Once the Data Element is set up, you can use that data element in your Launch rules.

Hope this helps.

 

Regards,

Abhinav

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