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DTM - numeric events support-interface, variable names populated from RS, web storage for data el

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13-04-2014

Hi, 

I'd like to suggest 3 features for DTM.

 

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A feature that would allow for downloading specific report suite settings for events, evars, props etc. It would be a lot easier to do the mappings for our rules using names coming from our report suites rather then evar1, event10 etc. Note that a pretty similar feature already exists for AEM - SiteCatalyst integration. Inside mapping framework a user is able to give his SiteCat credentials and then the page is populated with variables from specific report suite.

 

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It would be nice to have the ability to use the interface for numeric events (similarly as we have the ability to serialize them, maybe a small checkbox to indicate the numeric event and an input field for it's value?).

 

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A functionality that would allow us to choose how data elements will be stored. 
In our recent project we had issues with cookie usage. Basically a lot of data for a third party tool was stored in a cookie and adding more cookies caused problems with exploding cookies, exceeding http header limit etc. 

All modern browsers (and even IE8) support web storage and I think it would be really nice to have the possibility to choose how data elements values should be stored (for example: a session persistent data element could be a part of session storage, a visitor persistent data element could be a part of local storage etc.).

 

Regards,

Michal

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