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Re: Problem implementing eVar80 and eVar81
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@s18 Please provide more information about how you've implemented eVar80 and eVar81, so that we can better help you. E.g. if you can show the exact code that you're using.

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Re: Scroll Rate for Page Dimension in Report
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I re-read your s.events line in your original post's screenshot, and realised that there's another error: the "event8" isn't within the string itself.Your s.events string should be like this:s.events = "event8=" + s._ppvHighestPercentViewed;

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Re: Scroll Rate for Page Dimension in Report
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Thanks. Ok, looks like the problem is with how you've constructed your s.events string, otherwise the debugger won't show the Events value starting with "22".

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Re: Scroll Rate for Page Dimension in Report
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Can you show a screenshot from your debugger tool that shows the event being sent to AA?

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Re: Compare data from 2 different Report Suites
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This might be better done with Report Builder. If you have a Windows computer with Microsoft Excel, get permission with your Adobe administrator to use the Report Builder add-on for Excel. This lets you build your own queries that pull data directly from AA into your Excel file. You can then run your report suite comparisons as you desire.

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Re: Activitymap - store activity map elements as a Data E...
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AA's Processing Rules might be a better option for you. You can setup a Rule that sets your eVar with the relevant Activity Map Contextual Variable value.

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Re: Sharing edit access wont give admin permissions
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The users whom you're sharing Edit access with need to have the necessary permissions as well: Product profile permissions for Analytics Tools | Adobe AnalyticsReach out to the administrator of your Adobe products to update the permissions for your users.

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Re: Why the dimension Previous URL doesn't work?
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Those dimensions, Previous URL (prop16) and Previous Page Name (prop17), are custom dimensions that have been setup by your AA technical implementation specialist. They are not standard dimensions that AA provides out-of-the-box.Consult with your implementation specialist to troubleshoot this problem.

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Re: Scroll Rate for Page Dimension in Report
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Well, there's your problem. You need to set s.linkTrackVars and s.linkTrackEvents with Custom Links if you're using custom code to set any props, eVars and/or events.

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Re: Capturing successful Pardot form submit - not errors
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I'm not familiar with Pardot. I assumed that it might have a hidden value that indicates whether the submission is successful or not. I suggest talking with your developers or read Pardot's docs to find out more about how to determine a successful form submission, then set a condition in your Rule accordingly based on what you've found.

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Re: Scroll Rate for Page Dimension in Report
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Are you tracking these as Custom Links, i.e. with s.tl() ? If so, have you set s.linkTrackVars and s.linkTrackEvents before firing s.tl() ?

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Re: Missing cart additions
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Alternatively, if you're brave enough, you could use "Linear" allocation too https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics/admin/admin-tools/conversion-variables/conversion-var-admin.html

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Re: Capturing successful Pardot form submit - not errors
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In your Rule, are you able to add a Condition that checks for something that indicates a successful submission? E.g. a hidden value.

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Re: Missing cart additions
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Interesting that Allocation is "Original Value (First)". In your implementation, is it possible that eVar42=quickview is always sent in hits that are after hits where eVar42=something else ?E.g.Hit 1 = ...Hit 2 = ..., s.products = ";87215078;;;event11=8.63;eVar15=welcome_topn|eVar32=No|eVar33=No|eVar34=Yes|eVar35=No|eVar66=Available stock shown|eVar38=None/Natural Add|eVar41=Yes|eVar42=No"Hit 3 = ...Hit 4 = ...Hit 5 = ..., s.products = ";87215078;;;event11=8.63;eVar15=welcome_topn|eVar32=No|eVar...

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Re: How to make a pure ACDL/EDDL implementation scalable...
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Then maybe AA isn't the correct reporting tool for your use case. There could be better reporting tools for UX analysis (though I'm unfamiliar with them).

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Re: Search
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@Britta69while this answer is very likely to be correct, you should double-check with your Solution Design Reference. AA does not have any built-in Internal Searches nor Internal Search Clicks metrics. Instead, those metrics are tracked as success events, which can have different implementations between organisations.

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Re: Missing cart additions
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in your report suite's setting for eVar42, what are the Allocation and Expire After settings?

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Re: How to make a pure ACDL/EDDL implementation scalable...
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Strictly speaking, this isn't a problem with ACDL/EDDL/data layers in general. Data layers serve to act as a "middleman" between your website and your analytics, so that you can track and report data that the website doesn't normally expose. How the data layer's values ultimately get tracked to your analytics is entirely up to you.Instead, the issue is with your AA setup. I understand that you need to track a lot of data points. So think about it this way:Do you really need to track all those th...

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Re: Scroll Rate for Page Dimension in Report
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In your event8, you should be tracking the number only. You should not include the "highestPercentViewed=" string.

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Re: Missing cart additions
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Working the other way around, start with a table that uses eVar42 as the dimension and Occurrences as the metric. Do you see "quickview" as a value?

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Re: Is there a limitation for installing no of Extensions...
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Probably not. But @thebenrobb would know better.

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Re: Missing cart additions
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Do you have any Processing Rules that apply to eVar42?

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Re: how to calculate Average number of pages per visit in...
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@bobbytrk_29well, yes, that is a correct result.Consider this simple example:Visit 1: viewed pages in this sequence: A, B, C, AVisit 2: viewed pages in this sequence: A, B, A, B, DPages per Visit for:Page A = (1 + 1) / 2 = 1Page B = (1 + 1) / 2 = 1Page C = (1 + 0) / 2 = 0.5Page D = (0 + 1) / 2 = 0.5

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Re: visitor id and order participation
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Virtual report suites (which you're using, as mentioned in your comment) derive their data from the "main" report suite. So any data that you track to that main report suite will be available in the virtual report suites too (subject to what you're segmenting out in the virtual report suite's setup).So there is no need to forward the visitor ID, because all of the virtual report suites will use the same visitor ID that is tracked to the main report suite.

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Re: Custom visitor ID in Analytics
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@danielwalo As far as I know, there is no way to overwrite ECID at all. That's controlled by Adobe entirely.

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Re: How do confirm scheduled emailed reports and stop them
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You can get to the list of scheduled projects from Components (in top black menu bar) > Scheduled Projects.Check your junk/spam folder. Sometimes, Adobe emails go there.

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Re: Missing cart additions
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Verify that your s.products string has been formatted correctly. See the examples at products | Adobe Analytics.

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Re: how to calculate Average number of pages per visit in...
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@bobbytrk_29 What dimension are you reporting with?

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Re: Adobe Analytics visit numbers vs Google Analytics ses...
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It used to be that +/- 5-10% was tolerable. These days, given the complexity of tracker blocking, who knows? 😵If you're able to, look at trends instead. As long as the same top-level metrics from both systems are trending in the same direction, then I think you should be quite safe.

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Re: Custom visitor ID in Analytics
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If you're using other Adobe products like Adobe Target, Adobe Campaign Standard, etc., then you're better off sticking with Experience Cloud ID Service. This is because all of those other products identify visitors by the ECID only.But if you don't use anything other than AA and Launch, then take a look at visitorID.

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