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Post_visid_High /Low

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I understand that Post_visid_high and Post_visid_low attributes can be used to determine a unique user of the visits.

But some cases, we have got NULL values of these attributes. would like to know, how to understand these records.

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@Sugumar_Chandrasekar Thanks for reaching out.  The visid_high & visid_low columns are based off the 'aid' value.  For more information on why these value are null, please refer to: https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-experience-cloud-questions/how-does-marketing....

 

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Stephen

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@Sugumar_Chandrasekar Thanks for reaching out.  The visid_high & visid_low columns are based off the 'aid' value.  For more information on why these value are null, please refer to: https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-experience-cloud-questions/how-does-marketing....

 

Thanks,

Stephen

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Thanks Stephen

Can you please help to understand which column can express MCID service deployed with grace period activated or not ?

or which column I can refer for 'aid'

I would like to see the data pattern where post_visid_high/low are NULL.

 

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If post_visid_high/low are null. Do we consider these records are valid visits ? or not.

how do we calculate the no of visits if these are null ?

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Further reading into the documentation, post_visid_high/low should be setup properly in the case when aid or mcid is present.  Can you see the type from visit_type?  I might need to dig into more to explain why post_visid_high/low are null.