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How to use JSON offer Activity from Adobe Target in AEM

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Hi All,

 

We have exported a JSON offer from AEM to Adobe target and later created an activity using the same. Now we are not clear on the next step, how to use that activity in AEM. Could you please share any documentation if available?

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Hi @HrishikeshKa Thank you for reply.

I was asking about how can we get the offer in AEM that was created in Adobe Target using React. Later I found that we can use target node sdk in react and use the getOffers method by passing mbox name.

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Hi @akhilathomas1 ,

To use a JSON offer activity from Adobe Target in AEM, you'll need to integrate Adobe Target with AEM. This integration typically involves implementing the necessary JavaScript libraries and configuration to enable communication between AEM and Adobe Target.

Unfortunately, Adobe's documentation can change, so it's best to refer to the most recent documentation available at the time of your integration. Here's a general outline of the steps you might need to follow:

  1. Integration Setup: Ensure that Adobe Target and AEM are properly integrated. This may involve adding Adobe Target libraries to your AEM instance and configuring the necessary settings to establish communication between the two platforms.

  2. JSON Offer Configuration: Once the integration is set up, you need to configure AEM to use the JSON offer activity created in Adobe Target. This might involve referencing the JSON offer in your AEM components or templates where you want it to be displayed.

  3. Targeting Rules: Define targeting rules in Adobe Target to determine when and where the JSON offer should be displayed. These rules can be based on various criteria such as user demographics, behavior, or location.

  4. Testing: Before deploying the JSON offer activity to production, thoroughly test it in a development or staging environment to ensure that it functions as expected and is displayed correctly within your AEM pages.

  5. Deployment: Once testing is complete, deploy the JSON offer activity to your production environment. Monitor its performance and make any necessary adjustments based on analytics and user feedback.

For detailed instructions specific to your setup and requirements, I recommend consulting Adobe's official documentation for Adobe Target and AEM integration. You can typically find integration guides, tutorials, and reference documentation on Adobe's website or developer portal. If you encounter specific issues during the integration process, you may also consider reaching out to Adobe Support for assistance.

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Thanks @HrishikeshKa 

Integration between AEM and Target is done and we are able to export Experience fragment to Target successfully. We are not clear on how to use the Form activity in AEM, typically how to get the JSON and display the content on AEM using react, do we have to write code for all components created so far or can we make generic solution. I couldn't find any document with detailed steps of this implementation. 

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Hi @akhilathomas1 ,

 

If you get idea, or get answer please make it correct.

 

try this way:

Integrating Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) with Adobe Target allows you to personalize content and experiences for your users. Using the Form activity in AEM, you can capture user data and use it for personalization.

Here's a general outline of steps you can follow:

  1. Understand Form Activity in AEM: The Form activity in AEM allows you to create forms for data collection. These forms can be integrated with Adobe Target for personalization purposes.

  2. Create Forms in AEM: Using AEM's authoring interface, create the forms that you want to use for data collection. You can define form fields and validation rules as needed.

  3. Integrate with Adobe Target: Once you've created your forms, you'll need to integrate them with Adobe Target. This typically involves setting up activities within Adobe Target that use the form data for personalization.

  4. Export Data to Adobe Target: Configure your AEM instance to export form data to Adobe Target. This may involve setting up data connectors or using AEM's built-in integration capabilities.

  5. Retrieve and Display Data in AEM: Once the form data is exported to Adobe Target, you'll need to retrieve it and use it for personalization. This can be done using Adobe Target's APIs or integration libraries.

  6. Display Personalized Content: Use the form data retrieved from Adobe Target to personalize content within your AEM pages. This might involve dynamically rendering content based on user input or preferences.

Regarding displaying the content on AEM using React, you can follow these steps:

  1. Set Up React in AEM: Ensure that React is properly set up and integrated with your AEM project. This might involve using AEM's client-side libraries feature or embedding React components directly within your AEM pages.

  2. Retrieve Data: Use JavaScript (potentially with AJAX or Fetch) to retrieve the form data from Adobe Target. This data can be retrieved from Adobe Target's APIs.

  3. Render Content with React: Once you've retrieved the form data, use React to render the content dynamically based on that data. You can create React components to handle different types of content and render them accordingly.

  4. Make Components Reusable: To create a generic solution, design your React components to be reusable and configurable. This allows you to use them across different pages and projects without duplicating code.

  5. Write Code Efficiently: Write your code in a way that promotes reusability and maintainability. This might involve using component libraries, state management solutions, and other best practices in React development.

Unfortunately, detailed documentation specific to your exact implementation may not be readily available. You may need to consult Adobe's official documentation, community forums, or seek assistance from Adobe support or professional services for more guidance on this specific integration.

 
 
 
 
 

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Hi @HrishikeshKa Thank you for reply.

I was asking about how can we get the offer in AEM that was created in Adobe Target using React. Later I found that we can use target node sdk in react and use the getOffers method by passing mbox name.