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Adobe Target-A/B Test with Redirect url

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sundhara_vadivu
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03-01-2018

Hi Team,

   I am trying to implement A/B test in Which I have Experience A as my default webpage and I have to redirect it to other url of my webpage of same domain as follows,

Exp A : http://localhost:8080/Analytics/eCommerce/checkout/shoppingcart.html?sku=201241 

Exp B : I am redirecting to http://localhost:8080/Analytics/eCommerce-b/checkout/shoppingcart.html?sku=201241

Where the query string parameter(SKU) in the url is dynamically generating one.Please do guide me to Implement the redirect url through A/B test for dynamic urls of same website.

Is there any other way to implement the same in Target?

Thanks in advance,

Sundhara Vadivu M.

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Sundhara,

The following link may be helpful:

https://marketing.adobe.com/resources/help/en_US/target/target/t_redirect_offer.html

In particular see the step that states "If desired, select the option to include current query parameters.

If this option is selected, anything after the ? in the visitor's URL is appended to the redirect URL at the time of redirect.

This option is selected by default.".

I presume the Adobe resources on the forums will be able to provide additional insight.

- Rylan

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This does not answer the original question because /eCommerce/ and /eCommerce-b/ are not part of the query string parameters, they are part of the Path

 

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