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Adobe Analytics Mobile - Cordova Plugins

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I'm working on Adobe Analytics project for mobile which is made using Cordova.

There are few plugins which need to be added as per Adobe's document.

Can someone let me know which plugins have to be put up where and if it  follows any order ?

The adobe document mentions about the plugins but it is little confusing to understand.

 

Plugins:

cordova plugin add https://github.com/adobe/cordova-acpcore.git

cordova plugin add https://github.com/adobe/cordova-acpanalytics.git

cordova plugin add https://github.com/adobe/cordova-aepassurance.git

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Hi @jane_120,

The plugins must be added to your cordova project directory. Using our sample app located at https://github.com/adobe/cordova-acpsample as an example, the "cordova plugin add" commands would be executed from this directory:

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The Adobe Analytics extension has a dependency on the Core extension only so at a minimum you would need to install the Core and Analytics cordova plugins:

cordova plugin add https://github.com/adobe/cordova-acpcore.git
cordova plugin add https://github.com/adobe/cordova-acpanalytics.git

Hope this helps.

 

Thanks,

Ryan

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Hi @Ryan_Morales ,

 

 Thank you for your response. 

 This was helpful.

 

So I just need to install the plugins right?

Also how do I know if it's working properly?

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Hi @jane_120,

The Analytics network requests should be visible in the console logs after adding the Core and Analytics cordova plugins and invoking the Adobe Analytics tracking api:

ACPCore.trackAction("cordovaAction", {"cordovaKey":"cordovaValue"}, successCallback, errorCallback);
ACPCore.trackState("cordovaState", {"cordovaKey":"cordovaValue"}, successCallback, errorCallback);

The network requests are sent to your mobile app's configured Analytics server which was set on the Data Collection UI. After the network requests are made the analytics data should be visible in the configured report suite.

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Hi @jane_120 ,

 

I was unable to reply to your private message as I hit the private message send limit. The arguments are passed from the Adobe SDK Cordova wrapper to the native Adobe SDK as a json string. Using your example, the tracking data should be sent like:

ACPCore.trackAction("actionType", {"key1":"value1", "key2":"value2","key3":"value3","key4":“value4”}, successCallback, errorCallback);