Introducing the Adobe Campaign Implementation/Installation Guide for v6 and v7

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kirti_rawat

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kirti_rawat
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13-07-2017

The Adobe Campaign implementation guide is a one stop shop for all your Adobe Campaign implementation needs. From how to get started to final configurations – our guides aim to help you at every step of your v6.1 or v7 Adobe Campaign implementation journey. Some handy links below:

1) Installation and Provisioning: A guide to help you install the Adobe Campaign Console. https://adobe.ly/2uBnTSb

2) Architecture: A guide that details out everything you need to know about setting up the environment and architecture for Adobe Campaign. https://adobe.ly/2sDKPit

3) Configuration and Implementation: A guide to help with configuration and implementation of Key feature such as Channel Configuration, Message Center, Web applications, etc. https://adobe.ly/2sDGXhp

4) Administration: A comprehensive guide that help you through the package creation and deployment process + some sample tests. https://adobe.ly/2si09C5

5) Deliverability: A guide listing all deliverability activities that need to performed prior to Campaign Go-Live, including a deliverability checklist.  https://adobe.ly/2tDASWn

Hope you find these helpful! Let us know if we can help you in any way!

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kirti_rawat

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kirti_rawat
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06-02-2018

Hi AntonioGonz​,

All the above link except the one below have been updated and should be working. We are working on this last one and should be fixed shortly. Thanks for pointing these out!

  • Installation and Provisioning

Install Connectors & Modules as per contract

Thanks!

Kirti

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bharatk94

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16-02-2018

Hi,

Can someone help me with campaign implementation, I wanted to know what is custom sequence and how to implement it.

Thanks!

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yogithaPolavara

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yogithaPolavara
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16-02-2018

Hi bharatk94,

To answer your question as what a custom sequence is,

By default the recipient table uses an auto primary sequence. To use your own sequence instead of the existing primary one, you create a custom Sequence.

This should be specified in the root element along with autopk="true"

and now to create it

- You have to write a sql code in SQL scripts in your campaign instance and save it as .sql.

- Then run the script.

- A custom sequence will be created in your DB.

- Now assign it  to pkSequence in your root element in your schema

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saveenad

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16-02-2018

Hi yogithaPolavarapu​   It would be more helpful if you could provide  a syntax for this

Thanks!!!

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Adhiyan

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Adhiyan
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16-02-2018

Hello Bharat,

Please find the link to the form article for a similar issue and the complete syntax for creating a sequence and assigning it can be found there.

Re: Make campaign ID (primary key) start at least from 10000

Let me know if it helps.

Regards,
Adhiyan

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pankhuri224736

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pankhuri224736
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16-02-2018

Hi,

Can someone tell me the proper usage of sys-filter and when do we use it?

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yogithaPolavara

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yogithaPolavara
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17-02-2018

Hi Pankhuri,

Sysfilters are used to provide read and/or write access to schema data based on conditions

These filters are entered at the main element level of the schemas. If no filter is specified, all operators will have read and write access to the schema

For example

<sysFilter name="writeAccess"> 

<condition enabledIf="hasNamedRight('admin')=false" expr="FALSE"/> 

</sysFilter>

this gives write access to only those people who have admin rights, for more on this refer to Protecting schemas

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bharatk94

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bharatk94
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22-02-2018

Hi,

I came across a scenario where I need to make a 1:1 relationship between two tables, I'll really appreciate if anyone could help me with it.

Thanks!

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Adhiyan

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Adhiyan

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Adhiyan
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22-02-2018

Hello Bharat,

This is the syntax to create a link between two tables.

<element name="name_of_link" type="link" target="key_of_destination_schema">

<join xpath-dst="xpath_of_field1_destination_table"

xpath-src="xpath_of_field1_source_table"/>

<join xpath-dst="xpath_of_field2_destination_table"

xpath-src="xpath_de_champ2_table_source"/>

...

</element>

To create a 1:1 Mapping , you need to add an attribute called revCardinality="single" . By default it stays 1:N.

So you final syntax XML would be like this

<element name="name_of_link" type="link" revCardinality="single" target="key_of_destination_schema">

<join xpath-dst="xpath_of_field1_destination_table"

xpath-src="xpath_of_field1_source_table"/>

<join xpath-dst="xpath_of_field2_destination_table"

xpath-src="xpath_de_champ2_table_source"/>

...

</element>

Regards,
Adhiyan

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bharatk94

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bharatk94
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23-02-2018

Thanks Adhiyan, I am able to do it now