We're putting in place a cookie re-write service for all our marketing tools to change the cookie setting from client-side to server-side. Server side cookies are not impacted by ITP and other tracking prevention mechanisms browsers are implementing.
Simo Ahava has written a clear step-by-step guide on how to set this up for Google Analytics. But it depends on a function in the analytics.js script to prevent the analytics calls from refreshing the cookie (and thus prolonging it's expire date): cookie_update = false.
So, I was wondering if a similair function exisits for Adobe Analytics (s_vi and s_ecid cookies)? I was not able to find a reference to something similair in the Adobe documentation.
Are these answers useful? Help other community members by marking useful answers as accepted.
Hi, In Adobe you have the option to set your tracking and marketing cloud servers in a first party cookie context, which means ITP 2.x is not an issue. This can be done by following this guide: Adobe Managed Certificate Program Hope the above helps.