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Unused Signals Report

jigneshb7072369
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I am trying to bring AA props and eVars in AAM, just trying to understand when would I be able to them in Unused signals report? As of now, it reports the signals for date (T-2)? Is this not realtime or near realtime?

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jhelou
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Qualification for traits and segments happen in real time yes but reporting doesn’t show up until the day after. If you log into AAM now, you can only see traits reporting up to yesterday. If you see otherwise, please tell me. That would be awesome.

The best way I find to test SSF is to create a trait and segment for testing that is based on some query parameter that identifies you only. For example, I setup a rule where it checks if the url (which can be captured in an evar or prop, depending on your implementation) contains Adobe_Test and then map this segment to a cookie destination. The beauty of this is that you can qualify for this trait and segment and then you can see that in your browser response as cookie destinations show up there. Hope this helps.

Thanks,

Jerry Helou, Ph.D

Digital Experience Architect

<http://www.softcrylic.com/>

T: +1 302-381-2883

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jhelou
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All reporting in AAM including unused signals are one day behind but the availability of these reports might not happen until noon EST or even later. It depends on the processing jobs.

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jigneshb7072369
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Hi Jerry

I was actually playing around with rule based traits and as per this article https://marketing.adobe.com/resources/help/en_US/aam/c_tb_trait_summary.html , it seems the qualification for rule based traits happen in realtime. There can be multiple problems here,

  • either SSF isn't working correctly at my end due to which data isn't flowing in AAM. I can see the values in the /b/ss/ url, so i am a bit hopeful that SSF might be working

        or

  • my trait builder query is incorrect, due to which I cant see anything in the trait graph

Thanks

Jignesh

jhelou
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Qualification for traits and segments happen in real time yes but reporting doesn’t show up until the day after. If you log into AAM now, you can only see traits reporting up to yesterday. If you see otherwise, please tell me. That would be awesome.

The best way I find to test SSF is to create a trait and segment for testing that is based on some query parameter that identifies you only. For example, I setup a rule where it checks if the url (which can be captured in an evar or prop, depending on your implementation) contains Adobe_Test and then map this segment to a cookie destination. The beauty of this is that you can qualify for this trait and segment and then you can see that in your browser response as cookie destinations show up there. Hope this helps.

Thanks,

Jerry Helou, Ph.D

Digital Experience Architect

<http://www.softcrylic.com/>

T: +1 302-381-2883

www.softcrylic.com<http://www.softcrylic.com/>;

<https://www.linkedin.com/in/jirarhelou/>

<https://softcrylic.com/e-books/marketers-play-book/>

jigneshb7072369
Level 3
Level 3

Yeah, you are correct. Thank you for clarifying the notion between trait qualification and reporting into the UI. Also, thanks for sharing a quick test approach for SSF validation

Thanks,

Jignesh