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06-07-2020

Hi,

 

We are currently changing the domain for cookies in our portal from example: a.com to b.a.com .

 

For adobe analytics , we have removed the previous domain and updated with the new one from web property configurations. After the publishing the changes, the cookies are set to correct domain. But for s_fid cookie the domain is still pointed to the previous domain.

 

I could find s_fid cookie set in function AppMeasurement(r) after the do not alter lines.

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Can someone help me on how to change the domain for s_fid cookie.

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Hi there,

 

The s_fid cookie is set on the basis of the Tracking Server information. Now, if you have any of the below cookies set then the identification is not done by s_fid cookie and can be ignored:
s_vi

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s_ecid

 

Basically, this s_fid is set in every server call regardless of what user identification cookie is set on the site.