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I'm registering a callback using s.registerPostTrackCallback() . In particular, within the console I'm testing withs.registerPostTrackCallback(function(){console.log('test text')};On the page, I click an object that sends an s.t() beacon and the network calls show that only one beacon fired, but the console is displaying test text test text What else could be executing this callback causing it to duplicate the expected output?

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Hi @Fox_mulder007 ,Part 1:^"{""width"":([^,]*),""height"":([^,]*)}"$sending $1 into the variable for width and $2 into the variable for height. Part 2:For this be sure to use sub classifications so that you can classify the already classified variable:For 100-199,^1[0-9][0-9]$For 200-299,^2[0-9][0-9]$etc. mapping $0 to the corresponding range. If you don't want to use sub classification, you could just nest the two regular expressions and create the range from the initial value.

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Hi @sebastiane27965 , looks like I was somewhat incorrect in my statement: Given that counter evars are meant to be used against success events, they should, in-fact, be visit based. It does mean that on your development/tagging side, you should be certain that the evar is cleared before sending successive beacons. That is, if someone swipes, send a beacon with the "+1" value for the counter evar, but if they do anything else on the screen that would trigger a beacon, it is important that that v...

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Hi @reddy24097613 , good catch. Yes, the pattern you mentioned with the astrix is the correct one.

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Currently a user can modify marketing rules, fully configure report suites, but they cannot expire marketing channel reporting without being a product administrator. Given that the expiration of marketing channels happens at a report suite level, it shouldn't require product level administration.Can this permission be included with normal marketing channel access?

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Hi @reddy24097613 , you'll need to repeat the pattern to match the length of the list.So in this case you have 5 items in the list so it would look like the following:^([^,]),([^,]),([^,]),([^,]),([^,])$

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Hi @sebastiane27965 , Not sure if occurrences is sufficient for the use you are mentioning unless you are sure to set the evar to expire on each hit. As an alternative, to reduce evars and allow cleaner reporting, have you considered just one evar for direction and then an event for when someone has swiped in the app? Then it would look like dragging a single evar onto a table with a breakdown of "Left" vs "Right" and a specifically named metric just for app swipes. In fact, you could avoid addi...

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Hi @dinesh_kumar_r , as implied in the referenced link, s.products is configured in code (before it reaches Adobe's tracking servers and the report suite configurations). Either the developers are setting this value directly in external javascript or it is being set by your tag management (DTM or Launch). If you just want to patch the problem you could do something along these lines: var product_array = s.products.split(";"); var unit_price = product_array[2]; var product_qty = product_array[3];...

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Okay, I think I understand better what you are trying to do. With classifications you can either group similar values or parse values that have a pattern. (I initially thought you were grouping those values into a single variable)In particular, you are breaking apart a comma delimited list.If the order of the items being separated are always consistent and the the list is always the same size, the regex can be significantly simplified. So it is very useful to always pass in an empty value even i...

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Now that I think about it, Data Warehouse must be available only after processing, since it includes values that are only set during processing (e.g. context data). It seems most likely that the conditional rule is failing. You may also want to do a Data Feed export on the variable(s) in question to compare the pre/post variable values to see how they were processed and if things are making it past the filtering processing rule.

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Thanks, @erichami . Yea, curious about this myself to know how normal processing impacts Data Warehouse.

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Hi @erichami , how did you wind up filtering the numbers? Did you just create a "Does Not Contain" condition for every number 0-9? Just curious, but not sure about the actual answer. It is processed separately then the Analytics Reports/API so it seems plausible that it could have data that was filtered through normal processing.You could try to filter before it reaches processing (e.g. custom code in your tag management -- even if the variable is set directly, you could copy it to a separate co...

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Hi @reddy24097613 , It depends on how static these values are. If they are completely static, it would be best to give a very explicit regular expression:^(?:IS-1234|070120|876875765988)$and^(?:D|Preferred 150|cox-internet-with-panoramic-wifi|DAR168C|B0DAF9BC7740)$ If they are meant to be more dynamic, it is important to understand the pattern behind the potential values. Unless the patterns are known, there is no way to give a dynamic solution in this thread. All the best

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@Brian_Kent_Watson , firstly, your answer is incorrect.Secondly, it's extremely rude to just dismiss a popularly used project which extends the capabilities of Analytics both furthering its adoption and picking up the slack where Adobe didn't bother to spend the resources.

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Thanks, @jantzen_belliston-Adobe . I'll do that.

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Hi @prathap08 , It depends on what API they need access to as some v2.0 don't work w/o OAuth and System Admin permissions... However, if all they are doing is exporting/inserting data, they don't need anything more than being a developer on a PP with their report suite. Furthermore, there's pretty much no reason to have product profile admins. The only times those are necessary are for products like Target where customizing permissions either requires being a product admin or profile admin. This...

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Users have been requesting that many of the missing Report Suite/Admin API (v1.4) become available in the I/O Console (as v2.0 API). In particular, many users would benefit from exporting the mapping of processing rules, as suggested here.Is this something that is on the road map for Analytics API development?

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@devconsole , do you know if this API is anywhere in the work queue? It seems many users are in need of more robust Report Suite/Admin API.

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Something else to note: If Analytics API is already added to a project, it will no longer display. If the Analytics API is missing the correct permissions (using JWT auth), it needs to be removed and re-added with any additional product profiles.

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We have teams within my organization that would like to manage the creation and distribution of curated report suites/virtual report suites, but currently the VRS section of Analytics is reserved for admins, ref. Can this section get its own dedicated Analytics (Report Tool) permission so that this is possible without introducing the vulnerability of a team of new admins?

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Hi @prathap08 , It depends on how much control over their own integration you want to share with that team. You have roughly four options:1. For v1.4 API (which is completely tied to that user's login/permission scope), you need to give them "Web Service Access" through some AA product profile. Then provide the user their credentials from Analytics > Admin > All Admin > Web Services.2. Give them full "Developer" permissions within the Admin Console (under Users > Developers). This lets them setu...

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Yea, but I doubt the average user would be okay with a million popups for every bit of blocked traffic. Most major sites use multiple tracking mechanisms where a user would get a list of blocked tracking every time they navigated to a new page. If this is something you suspect will be an issue moving forward, now might be the best time to begin work on an in-house tracking solution that is server-side. Though the data itself can be stored and reported from Adobe if you forward it to them. I s'po...

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Ah, yea, it sounds like there isn't much you can do to get around this. Do many of your users actually use this blocking list? The only possible ways I can think of to get around this would be to either have Adobe modify their tracking servers (and subsequently the Launch code)--not very likely, or, the only thing that you could maybe do on your side, review the different methods for data insertion API and see if the those formats are on the block list. If not, you could integrate that API into ...

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@Andrey_Osadchuk, several times I've mentioned permission-related bugs/issues, they claim is was designed that way.... do you get similar responses?

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@pramseycom , good find. Sounds like a clever blocking list. Luckily, you can actually create whatever CNAME records you want, as long as they resolve to Adobe's host. Maybe just come up with an uncommon naming convention and distinguish between secure/non-secure protocol.

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This seems to be an oversight on Adobe's part since so many other solution variables are included.

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If the issue is an Adobe-blacklist you should look into first-party tracking--unless your IP is also on a blacklist.Also, if it is blocking Launch/DTM code, you can host your own versions instead of using Akamai.

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