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Adobe Campaign Classic - Namespace Conventions

ankurm40172185
Level 3
Level 3

Hi

I had a query on namespace string length; most common examples of namespaces is three characters. Like

nms

xtk

cus etc

The question is; what is the maximum allowed namespace character limit? Can we go to 3-4-5 characters even? There is no documentation on this, or i couldnt find any.

1 Accepted Solution
shrawans3153003
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

Hi,

The Maximum length for the namespace is 16 characters.

You can have any namespace with this limitation however as a standard, the name of the namespace must be concise and must contain only authorized characters in accordance with XML naming rules.

Identifiers must not begin with numeric characters.

Certain namespaces are reserved for descriptions of the system entities required for the operation of the Adobe Campaign application:

xtk: concerning platform system data,

nl: concerning the overall use of the application,

nms: concerning delivery (recipient, delivery, tracking, etc.),

ncm: concerning content management,

temp: reserved for temporary schemas.

You can go through below link to know more on this.

Introduction

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shrawans3153003
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

Hi,

The Maximum length for the namespace is 16 characters.

You can have any namespace with this limitation however as a standard, the name of the namespace must be concise and must contain only authorized characters in accordance with XML naming rules.

Identifiers must not begin with numeric characters.

Certain namespaces are reserved for descriptions of the system entities required for the operation of the Adobe Campaign application:

xtk: concerning platform system data,

nl: concerning the overall use of the application,

nms: concerning delivery (recipient, delivery, tracking, etc.),

ncm: concerning content management,

temp: reserved for temporary schemas.

You can go through below link to know more on this.

Introduction

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