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SOLVED

A/B test on different error messages

judiscover
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Hi, 

I'm a newbie to adobe target.

It is pretty straight forward to produce activities on hard coded values in the page

But, what if experiences A, B are error messages...How can I set that in adobe target?

Cannot use visual but I must choose form?

 

Thanks

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mikewebguy
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@judiscover 

If you need to use the VEC (Virtual Experience Composer) you can try to do this by using the Browse feature in the VEC and then browsing to whatever page you need to go to and then take whatever actions you need to take in order to generate the error in question. Once you have the error you can attempt to modify the content by switching back to the Edit mode.

Hope this helps. 

Mihnea Docea | Technical Support Consultant | Customer Experience | Adobe | 1 (800) 497-0335

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mikewebguy
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Employee
Employee

@judiscover 

If you need to use the VEC (Virtual Experience Composer) you can try to do this by using the Browse feature in the VEC and then browsing to whatever page you need to go to and then take whatever actions you need to take in order to generate the error in question. Once you have the error you can attempt to modify the content by switching back to the Edit mode.

Hope this helps. 

Mihnea Docea | Technical Support Consultant | Customer Experience | Adobe | 1 (800) 497-0335

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judiscover
Level 2
Level 2
Btw, maybe I'll find myself the answers when I get deep into the documentation, but: those params at the the getOffer method, would they be equivalent to setting the params in the url using the browse tab?...and: when the case is for instance to show messages if a javascript flag is set , is there a way for adobe to read javascript variables computed while the javascript gets run within the page or has it got to be a param passed in the url?