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11-09-2017

Hello!

Is there a signal to identify the browser from the user agent?

Thank you in advance!

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26-09-2017

Hi Varun

Yes, it's a rule based trait and data source is a reporting suite which was created in AA.

It seems the data from AA reporting suite isn't flowing into AAM. I need to implement the SSF correctly for it to happen, its WIP.

Will keep you updated

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26-09-2017

Hi Jignesh,

Could you tell me if you created the rule based trait ? Is there any test URL that you could share so I can check the calls being made in browser ?

Also, when you qualify for a rule based trait, it takes two days to show the reporting in trait graph in AAM UI. But the trait and segment qualification happens real time.

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13-09-2017

If you want to create different traits based upon browser type (desktop/laptop browsers) then you can use following rules while creating rule based traits :

Trait Name : Browser Chrome

Rule: "h_User-Agent" contains "chrome/"

Trait Name : Browser Mozila Firefox

Rule: "h_User-Agent" contains "firefox/"

Trait Name : Browser IE

Rule: "h_User-Agent" contains ".net/"

Trait Name : Browser Safari

Rule: "h_User-Agent" contains "safari/" AND NOT "chrome/"

Similarly you will have to check User-Agent in demdex event calls and create traits for other browsers.

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13-09-2017

Hi there,

You can use platform level device keys for Device type and OS, here is the doc : Device Targeting With Platform-level Keys

I cannot see any specific key for browser here. So you can use JS on a page to fetch the browser name and version and pass that in a signal (Key=Value pair) using pixel on that page.

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Hi there,

This solution seems that worked for me. I just make a little adjustment, i've created the following rule:

- h_User-Agent contains "chrome/"

I would like to ask how can I create rules based on the following browsers:

-opera

- internet explorer

- age

Could some one help me in creating the rules or how to debbug in order to create rules for the browsers from above?

Thank you very much!

Manuel

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17-10-2017

Hi Jignesh,

Is this query resolved?

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24-09-2017

I tried defining a browser trait with data source as the reporting suites in AA, which captures the data properly. However in AAM, I don't see any population & realization #s for this rule based trait. Can you let me know what I am missing?