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10-02-2017

Hi All,

I am looking for a simple way to help campaign managers use the Adobe Workspace tool however they get really confused when trying to figure out when to use props versus evars. I have tried to tell them on many occasions when to use them and how the interpretation changes however I would like to get opinions from others on what works in helping employees to clearly learn when and how to use props and evars. 

Some items I got stuck on and couldn't correctly answer was the small data discrepancy between the below reports when comparing page views and visits.

 

the evars are higher for page views and visits but what is the technical reason behind it.

 

for pages, I noticed that the page views and visits are the same totals but not the same numbers for each page. Also, the number of records are higher for props? what is the technical reason behind it and the reason for none

 

thanks,

Scott

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yes, to confirm, each page gets its own value of the URL for the prop and evar. 

question: how do I look into the possible issue with the allocation being the cause?

 

Thanks again for any help,

Scott