Possibility to see the delivery logs and tracking logs through a Web App ?

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thibaultb473199

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thibaultb473199

thibaultb473199

03-05-2019

Hello everyone,

Is it possible in Adobe Campaign to create a Web App and check for the delivery logs and the tracking logs when I put any emails from a customer or from a campaign in a label text input ?

Is there any example or tutorials on how to manage that task ?

Do I have to work with a specific Web App, dataSchema, ... ?

Kind regards,

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Jean-Serge_Biro

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Jean-Serge_Biro
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03-05-2019

Hi Thibault,

There are 2 solutions:

  • easy with Page compatibility v5 activity (with the drawback of not enough control on html and css so not to use if Responsive design is mandatory)
  • more complex with Page activity (but needed if sophisticated design of the web page is needed).

Hereinafter, a simple example with Page v5 activity:

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In both cases, it is the same principle/same workfklow; there are also such many cases in the factory Reports (which are actually very similar to Page compatibility v5 webApp) if you need inspiration.

Please create this webApp workflow (example taken with Page compatibility v5):

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Then define the query activities as is:

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you can filter on @address of broadLogRcp, it is the short path instead of recipient.email:

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Then the same with trackingLog, but you must use recipient.email:

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Now the page tables for displaying the results

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Insert a table object, and choose the query XML object related in path for broadlogs:

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Do the same with trackingLogs:

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Hope this helps.

Regards

Jean-Serge