Feasibility of Multiple Recipient Tables in Adobe Campaign Classic

richac96395021

28-05-2018

Hi Team,

Please let me know the Pros. and Cons. of having Multiple (more than 5) Recipient Tables in Adobe Campaign Classic.

with regards,

Richa Chaubey

Accepted Solutions (1)

Accepted Solutions (1)

Vapsy

Employee

30-05-2018

Hi Richa,

The only Pros is that campaign supports multiple recipient tables. Rest of the Pros is business value you can generate using this setup

Regarding Cons

1. You cannot make use of default subscription services and so the landing pages available OOB

2. Seed Addresses schema will have to be adapted as per new recipient tables

3. Cannot make use of Coupons module (if you have bought it)

4. Will require a lot of development work.

Regards,

vipul

Answers (4)

Answers (4)

Vapsy

Employee

31-05-2018

Hi Richa,

You should look into employing SYSFilter.

That way you can have a single Recipient table and have multiple business units accessing it, isolated from each other.

Here is the official documentation https://docs.campaign.adobe.com/doc/AC/en/CFG_Editing_schemas_Protecting_schemas.html

Regards,

Vipul Raghav

Vapsy

Employee

03-06-2018

Hi Richa,

Yes, that should be the best way. Create dedicate folders and give access to those folders to specific operator groups

richac96395021

31-05-2018

Hi Vipul,

Adding to my query, In case of limiting access to templates, campaigns, custom reports and workflows specific to a business unit

what should be the best approach [Creating operator groups with a limited view to folders do the job?]

with regards,

Richa Chaubey

richac96395021

30-05-2018

Hi Vipul,

Thanks for replying,

Please let me know what should be the best approach, when multiple business units will be using single Campaign Instance where the data (transaction and Profiles) should not be visible between business units.

To achieve this I am thinking to have multiple recipient table with appropriate access management.

With regards,

Richa Chaubey