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More than 1 context data in t and tl call.

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Hello,

 

We have a use case where we need to set some custom values on the t and tl calls post the image request is triggered from the client browser.

 

So i was wondering if Adobe supports reading data from more than 1 context blocks.

 

Usually we would see something like this in image request &c.&country=US&.c and we can read the data using processing rules as country.

Now with more than 1 context block in the same call &c.&country=US&.c*eVar1=something&3Var2=Something&c.&isInternal=true&c.

 

Can we now read both the values of country and isInternal using processing rules ?

 

We need to know if 

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Hi @Morish2412 , multiple context variables can be sent, but I don't think that syntax is correct... I am just on my phone, so I will confirm the correct format and get back to you when I am on my computer.

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Hi @Morish2412,

 

Context Variable syntax basically "bookends" your context variables with "c." (start), and ".c" (end)

 

So in your original context variable example:

 

&c.&country=US&.c

 

 

&c. starts where your context variable are being sent, and &.c ends it.

 

So passing multiple context variables should look something like:

&c.&country=US&isInternal=true&c.

 

I think in your original you had your Context Variables split up.. while it might work (I've not actually tried), Adobe will combine them into a single area, so I would say it's better and more efficient (and potentially avoid issues) to mirror that behaviour.