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Scroll Rate for Page Dimension in Report

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Here I need have metric i.e.scroll rate, so I have created numeric event for scroll rate. 

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So, for this I have used below plugin code and assigned it to prop and event8. 

 

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When I checked in debugger tool, the event is coming properly with the value, but no data is shown in the AA reports. Please suggest the any solution. As I am beginner and new to tool.

 

Thanks!!

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I re-read your s.events line in your original post's screenshot, and realised that there's another error: the "event8" isn't within the string itself.

Your s.events string should be like this:

s.events = "event8=" + s._ppvHighestPercentViewed;

 

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Community Advisor

In your event8, you should be tracking the number only. You should not include the "highestPercentViewed=" string.

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Are you tracking these as Custom Links, i.e. with s.tl() ? If so, have you set s.linkTrackVars and s.linkTrackEvents before firing s.tl() ?

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Well, there's your problem. You need to set s.linkTrackVars and s.linkTrackEvents with Custom Links if you're using custom code to set any props, eVars and/or events.

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@yuhuisg, I am not tracking this as custom link, I have created the event and added the above code which is shown in screenshot in the adobe analytics extension.

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Can you show a screenshot from your debugger tool that shows the event being sent to AA?

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Thanks. Ok, looks like the problem is with how you've constructed your s.events string, otherwise the debugger won't show the Events value starting with "22".

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I re-read your s.events line in your original post's screenshot, and realised that there's another error: the "event8" isn't within the string itself.

Your s.events string should be like this:

s.events = "event8=" + s._ppvHighestPercentViewed;