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AAM | Onboarded traits

philipeCastillo
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Hi, we are setting up AAM with the onboarded data definition and there are a few questions about it:

  1. If we have a "last_purchase" trait and it includes multiple values (SKUs or Products), Can we store it with a JSON or delimited format? What will be a best practice abount it?
  2. Is there any format consideration adding an integer or a string value with a trait?

 Thanks for your support. 

AAM traits
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Prabhat25
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Employee
Employee

Hi philipe,

 

Please check below documentation for Onboarded Trait:

File Naming convention-https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/audience-manager/user-guide/implementation-integration-guide...

 

Inbound Data File- https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/audience-manager/user-guide/implementation-integration-guide...

 

Hope this will help

 

Thank You

Prabhat Upadhyay

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Prabhat25
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Employee
Employee

Hi philipe,

 

Please check below documentation for Onboarded Trait:

File Naming convention-https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/audience-manager/user-guide/implementation-integration-guide...

 

Inbound Data File- https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/audience-manager/user-guide/implementation-integration-guide...

 

Hope this will help

 

Thank You

Prabhat Upadhyay

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philipeCastillo
Level 1
Level 1
Thanks for your answer @Prabhat25. We just want to check when we store multiple values on on the same trait. Eg. over 2 different product on the c_last_purchase= "Nintendo | PS5 Console" it must be delimited in a particular way or must be json, etc. How does it look in AAM UI to select as a condition for a trait?
Prabhat25
Employee
Employee

Hi Philipe, if you want to store multiple values under same signal i.e. c_last_purchase then you can use ',' as delimeter between two values for ex-

<DPUUID><TAB>"product"="tablet", "product"="phone"

OR

<UUID><TAB>"product"="tablet", "product"="phone"

 

Here product is the key along with its different value. In your case it will be like

<DPUUID><TAB>"c_last_purchase"= "Nintendo | PS5 Console", "c_last_purchase"= "Nintendo | PS5 CD"

OR

<UUID><TAB>"c_last_purchase"= "Nintendo | PS5 Console", "c_last_purchase"= "Nintendo | PS5 CD"

 

In signal dashboard you will see two different values for the same key & you can use those values in any Trait by using AND, OR condition for ex-

Trait A- "c_last_purchase"="Nintendo | PS5 Console" AND "c_last_purchase"= "Nintendo | PS5 CD"

 

You can check examples as mentioned in the below documentation 

https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/audience-manager/user-guide/implementation-integration-guide...