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@Dsantoro If you are looking to A/b test during the time period, then create the a/b experience and when you get to the "Targeting" step in the three step workflow, the step where you change the traffic split for the activity, click the three dots and select replace audience. You can then create an audience and use the Time Frame attribute. Then add the start and end time and the days of the week. This will mean you can only get into the a/b test during this time period.

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I would add an additional parameter to Page A if the user lands on it organically to pass into the global mbox a parameter like "notReferred=true" then in the experience set the condition to be referred from Google and notReferred is not present. This means you need to have logic on the page that passes the notReferred value.

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@Roxie423 have you tried in the same browser as where you are authoring the Target experience to open a separate tab(in same browswer) and logging into the page? The same cookies should be used in the Target tab when you attempt to edit the activity and as a result not ask you to log in. This is assuming that the login action sets a cookie or storage information that you are logged in and dont need to log back in.

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@kishorekumar14 You have to set a specific URL if you are going to use the VEC editor, i.e www.example.com/shop/laptop. Then under Page Delivery for the activity you have to set the contain rule and set it to the domain, i.e www.example.com. Make sure to set the condition to OR and also make sure that the css selector you are using is present on each of those pages. If it is not working for you please look at the response from the target call to see what is coming back. Thanks!

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You are correct, you will get an error if you attempt to do so. A possible alternative is firing another rule in Adobe Launch if you are using it. For some reason you can fire multiple Target global mboxes using Launch but not using getOffer/applyOffer. I asked Adobe for information on how this works with Launch and how to replicate without using Launch but have not heard back.

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@rjb45443778 Install and initialize the Node.js or Java SDK with decisioningMethod = on-device. https://adobetarget-sdks.gitbook.io/docs/getting-started/java

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@LordOfTheRings I see what you are doing here but I dont believe there is enough documentation on how this will work and how reliable it can be long term. The function "trackEvent" is meant for reporting so if Adobe scraps it and uses sendNotification instead you will need to pivot. It's a big "if" but perhaps theres another more effective way? Have you thought of disabling auto global mbox when user authenticates and instead fire it using getOffers/applyOffers when you do have the mbox3rdPartyI...

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You can also use "adobe.target.getOffers(options)" available with at.js 2.x. Create separate experiences for each of the offers, fetch them all and then only fire the adobe.target.sendNotifications(options) function when you figure out in your code within the page which offer to show.

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That makes sense but then your metrics will show high impressions and unless you have something else tracking what offer was actually displayed your analytics will all be bunched up. I would recommend that if you are going to go this route that you still create the "child activity" but only use it for reporting, each experience in the child should have its own mbox name so that you can fire adobe.target.sendNotifications(options) function with the mbox name for reporting purposes if you are usin...

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Perhaps for this specific URL you can disable auto global mbox and fire the getOffer/applyOffer function only when you have the HTML elements in place.

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Yes, I believe you are speaking of going down the parent/child activity route where you introduce js code via a VEC activity targeting everyone that hits the specific URL. This js code then grabs the value and triggers a getOffer/applyOffer call and passes in the HTML elements as parameters. Is this what you are saying? If so then this is an option as well but requires an addition call so on this specific URL you will have now have 2 calls on every page load.

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@rjb45443778 you could standup your own server side framework which has or can get your user data and then passes it to Target using the Target SDK versus doing it client side. From Adobe Target in house perspective, the only user data it retrieves is from within the experience cloud. Here is the link to the nodejs sdk you can use.https://github.com/adobe/target-nodejs-sdk

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I think I need to understand more with what you are working with but if you can fire off an AAM pixel, then technically they will be in that segment. If you have Target and AAM integrated, then you can Target them on the site using the AAM segment. If you fire the pixel though on that same page load you want to see the experience you will need to make another call to Target using getOffer/applyOffer because of the delay.

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@LordOfTheRings On iphone there is an app called Charles, its technically the same app you use on your desktop but for your phone. You can use this tool to listen for inbound and outbound http request from the device without needing to use your computer as a proxy. Here you will be able to view the headers and payloads being passed to Adobe and the responses. You would then want to validate that the values that need to match between Target and Analytics do in fact match. I believe you need to en...

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@Roxie423 There is a few ways of doing this I will outline the option I think you are seeking, and some alternatives I would recommend. 1. HTML Element Scrapping(What you mentioned)- For this option we are running a script prior to calling Target to grab the value from the css selector that holds the value and then passing it to target as a parameter. My biggest concern here is if the value is present in the DOM/HTML before calling Target. If its not then the global mbox Target call wont catch i...

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Are the Target activities being segmented based on the placement value? If so what kind of taxonomy is used for the value? Perhaps you move the logic into the page prior to calling Target and then passing an mbox parameter with the placement "friendly name".

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@akshayw4484290 It should be for every hit to Adobe Target via an Mbox call. Client care or your Adobe rep would be the ideal team to reach out to for understanding your usage.

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@jonesmarketing Are you able to share an example of the URL? If I am understanding correctly, you should create the activity on the url you want and under page delivery setting for the activity add an additional condition like url contains placementID=XYZ. Here is a quick screen grab of how I set it up.

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So on the front end as an example if we look at evar 10 = "Page Title" and then prop10 = "Page Title" or is it prop10 = "D=c10"? Are you able to share the beacon call? Thanks!

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@nk271 do you have any processing rules in place for the production report suite? What value do you see in the corresponding prop, blank value or something else?

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@bhughes2 1. It knows because when you ID sync the user ID with the ID service it also includes the adobe marketing cloud id which is the same ID being used in Adobe Analytics. 2. You need to implement the ID service fire an ID sync with the CRM id you want to use, the integration code for the data source(s) you upload data to in AAM, and the authentication state of the user when you are doing the ID sync(typically when they authenticate). Hope this helps!

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When you say "we have set up the experience fragment template", is this a custom experience fragment template or the one out of the box? Can you also share more details on the component you are using, is it running specific functions at runtime to obtain product detail information and then placing it a list as an example? I think at face value what I am thinking is happening is you have a race issue between the js and the markup because of how Target parses the markup from an experience fragment...

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I agree on the pro's and cons. I think on the iframe structure maybe there is something else possible but that is probably too much to explain here 🙂 I also think depending on how these pages are created, if it was like in AEM maybe you create a component that can add the "regional mbox" and allows the author of the component to enter the mbox name. That way it doesn't need to be hard coded in and can be removed/added as needed. This is a good fit if you have AEM/CQ or really any CMS that can s...

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@NitinJain what are the "few conditions" that are involved? Perhaps theres a solution that can be recommended if we get this additional information.

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@ca90883831 Yes you can use the global mbox in a form base edited experience. The only thing is you will need to manage how that code gets injected into the css selector of choice if you want to inject html mark up. If you want to run code then it should just execute right away. The experiences you create using the VEC will also come in the same global mbox but will have an additional attribute that is processed by the at.js script which is the "action" attribute. This value is typically "insert...

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@josejr19 Thanks for elaborate response. Only one question - how is imported audience resolved when page is visited....just because premiereUser=true is used while defining audience , target will be able to map it to that audience when a page visit triggers a param premierUser = true to be sent via page params? is that correct understanding? Again thanks in advance. @asn_india When you say " how is imported audience resolved when page is visited" I am assuming you mean that you will be uploading...

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@Vikaz Is the issue that when you try to pass in the csv under "entity.categoryId" a value like " parentCategory > childCategory " you are getting an error? If so can you share the error details?

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Additionally you can look at "dataproviders" example from Adobe. It would mean you trigger your target global mbox after first calling your internal or external service for user profile parameters. I have also done user experiences where you display loading spinners in the area where we are waiting for content to be delivered, this should be displayed until we hear back from Target with an experience using the out of the box hooks that are available. If it is succesfull in injecting the offer th...

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