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Experience Success Metrics - "Viewed a Page" - URL is - Case Sensitivity

zach_shearer
Level 3
Level 3

I have the following setup for my success metric. My question is, does Adobe target normalize URLs for success metrics? Unfortunately, I have to plan for a lower and a title-case URL. Do I need to create two success metrics, one for each case? I didn't see a regular expression option.

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gaureshk3014423
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Level 9
Level 9

Hey @zach_shearer ,

Instead of selecting URL is you can alson try using URL contains.

In this case even if you put whole URL in input field it will track upper and title case both.

 

Thanks,

Gauresh

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Docea
Employee
Employee

@zach_shearer ,

Click on the drop-down titled: "URL is" I recall seeing an option for "URL is (case sensitive)" if so you can use that one.

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

zach_shearer
Level 3
Level 3
Unfortunately, the only two options are "URL is" or "URL contains".
gaureshk3014423
Correct answer by
Level 9
Level 9

Hey @zach_shearer ,

Instead of selecting URL is you can alson try using URL contains.

In this case even if you put whole URL in input field it will track upper and title case both.

 

Thanks,

Gauresh

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zach_shearer
Level 3
Level 3
Thanks Gauresh. I believe you've provided the correct answer. Do you know where in the documentation they mention that contains allows a case-insensitive match?