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Validating Visitor profile attributes

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I have some custom visitor profile attributes set up in Target audiences and I am trying to figure out within the adobe debugger or developer tools on the browser how can I validate and see what profile attributes I qualify for when going to a webpage?

 

Thanks,

~John

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Here's how I check profileAttributes

  1. Open developer tools, filter on "tt."
  2. Grab an authentication token and drop it in your URL querystring, load the page
  3. Select the tt.omtrdc.net/rest/v1/delivery.... request, open the "Preview" pane.
  4. Navigate to execute > pageLoad > trace > profile > afterExecutionProfileSnapshot > profileAttributes

 

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Here's how I check profileAttributes

  1. Open developer tools, filter on "tt."
  2. Grab an authentication token and drop it in your URL querystring, load the page
  3. Select the tt.omtrdc.net/rest/v1/delivery.... request, open the "Preview" pane.
  4. Navigate to execute > pageLoad > trace > profile > afterExecutionProfileSnapshot > profileAttributes

 

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Thanks for the detailed response.

Can you provide details into how to grab an authentication token?

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Sure! Here is how I grab it from Adobe Target's console.

1. Go to Adobe Target > Administration top menu

2. Click Implementation from the left nav

3. Scroll to the Debugger section, copy the bolded query string and append to your url querystring

 

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Sample URL constructed of URL+Debugger query string from the screenshot

https://www.mydomain.com/promopage/?mboxTrace=window&authorization=ef12d044-04db-47b1-b6a5-b354efa05479

 

 

You can also use the Experience Platform Debugger extension. 

Sign in,

Visit your webpage

Select Target from the Solutions left nav,

Then Configuration from the main body, next to Network Requests

And enable Target Tract by flipping the toggle.

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Good luck! Let us know how it goes!