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05-06-2020

I have created an event in Adobe campaign standard and I can see it is creating an extension to the vanilla nms:rtEvent. Using the follow up delivery template, I am also able to access those ctx data corresponding to that event which are stored in my database. However, any kind of query activity is not allowing me to see the data.

 

Is there any possibility to make a query on that data? I tried to look at that data using the adobe campaign standard API, however, could not find it. My goal is to - read those data and based on that data make some kind of decision.

 

Please let me know if anyone has any suggestion!!

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Hi @supratim1034,

 

You can use query activity within ACS to fetch the data associated with rtEvent by changing the Resource to rtEvent under properties section of the activity.

If you're trying using API, i believe you should be able to use GET call through API and read the data processed by particular transactional event endpoint. Be mindful returning data might be large.

Let me know if this helps.

 

Thanks, Sathees

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