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Re: AA Product String Builder Search Discovery Launch Ext...
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yuhuisg
- Adobe Experience Platform Launch
Extension versions aren't accessible through the console. E.g. you can't even get it for the Core extension.

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Re: Is event.button supported with Mousedown event in Ado...
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yuhuisg
- Adobe Experience Platform Launch
The "event" object that Launch's Event Types return are usually a "synthetic" event specific to Launch. They are not the actual browser events.But these synthetic "event" objects normally have a "nativeEvent" field, which refers to the actual browser event. So you should be able to use "event.nativeEvent.button". (I haven't tried this myself.)You can also use "console.log(event)" in your Rule's Custom Code action to see what Launch returns as its synthetic event.

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Re: Direct traffic show entries when filtering paid campa...
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- Adobe Analytics
@beluks Yes, that's normally the case. But more accurately, Marketing Channels are processed with every hit, not just the first hit of a visit.

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Re: Adobe Analytics data discrepancies Month over Month
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- Adobe Analytics
Does your dashboard include any segments?

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Re: Direct traffic show entries when filtering paid campa...
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- Adobe Analytics
Here's what I think is going on: There's a visit like this: Visit x:Hit 1 --> Channel = Direct, Page = HomepageHit 2Hit 3Hit 4 --> Channel = DisplayHit 5...This visit gets included in the segment because of Hit 4. But Entries looks at Hit 1. So since Hit 4 is in this visit where Hit 1's Channel was Direct, then AA reports this visit under Direct channel's Entries.

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Re: Adobe Launch - debugging/setting breakpoints for cust...
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- Adobe Experience Platform Launch
If you're referring to debugging within custom code, you can add your own logging lines.E.g _satellite.logger.info('A debugging message goes here'); // or to log an error _satellite.logger.error('An error message goes here'); See the "logger" section at https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/launch/using/client-side-info/launch-object-reference.html#platform-launch-object-reference. It's not the same as adding a breakpoint, but at least it helps you get some output to help with troubleshooting.

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Re: Adobe Launch Core Extension 1.9.0 Breaking Calling s....
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yuhuisg
- Adobe Experience Platform Launch
While I get the same console logging result as you, I can verify that my Custom Links beacons are still being sent with Direct Call events as expected. (I verified using the Adobe Debugger browser extension.)

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Re: Fallout Visualisation - Breakdown Fallthrough
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- Adobe Analytics
I believe you had used the "Breakdown fallthrough at this touchpoint" to build your freeform table:As the help bubble indicates, the table shows the next hit after this touchpoint. If you look at your "Fallthrough: Page..." segment's definition, you can also see that there is a sequential segment condition that requires a next hit after Page 2.So I believe the difference between the 2,063 visits and the 1,522 visits would be those visits that exited your website after reaching Page 2.

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Re: Direct traffic show entries when filtering paid campa...
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- Adobe Analytics
Marketing Channels are not set per visit, but applied at every hit that AA receives. On the other hand, a visit can persist across multiple hits, until there is a 30-minute break or after some other threshold.I think you're referring to the 6,893 Entries from the "Direct" Marketing Channel for the segment "Marketing Channel = Campaign Source". How is this "Marketing Channel = Campaign Source" segment defined?

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Re: Adobe Target cookies not being set securely
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- Adobe Target
@JasonHickeyand what about Firefox?I get the following with "Standard" Enhanced Tracking Protection when opening the website in a non-private window:

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Experience Cloud ID Service setting a "test" cookie
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yuhuisg
- Adobe Experience Cloud
It seems that ECID sets a “test” cookie, but it is set with SameSite=None, but not being set securely. My client’s IT flagged this as a security problem. How do I resolve this? I think basically ECID should not be setting that "test" cookie.ECID is loaded via the Adobe Launch extension (using v5.2.0 as of this writing). I have already verified its settings as follows:secureCookie = truesameSiteCookie = None

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Adobe Target cookies not being set securely
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- Adobe Target
It seems that Adobe Target's cookies, e.g. "mbox" and "renderId", are being set with SameSite = "None", but the secure flag is not being set. As a result, this causes cookie security errors. How do I fix this?

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Re: Adobe DTM migration to Launch, why previous rules eva...
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yuhuisg
- Adobe Experience Platform Launch
It sounds like a problem where the AA variables are persisting within the same page, which is to be expected.So you have 2 options:Use "Clear Vars" in all of your rules, so that variables don't persist.Use "registerPostTrackCallback" to clear out the variables that you don't want to persist https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics/implementation/vars/functions/registerposttrackcallback.html

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Re: Time of first visit for Repeat Visitors
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yuhuisg
- Adobe Analytics
I haven't tried this on my own, but off the top of my head:Create a Visitor segment where Visit Number > 1.Then in an Analysis Workspace project, add that segment to the panel. Then in a Freeform Table, add the Visit Number dimension's "Visit Number 1" value, and break it down by Day. You can leave Occurrences as the metric, or add the Visits metric to that table.Does that method work?

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Re: Debugging in Safari browser
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- Adobe Analytics
You can use the normal Safari debugging tools, like console and network requests. The interface isn't quite the same as Google Chrome's or Firefox's, but it is definitely still as reliable for getting the console logs and seeing the network hits.

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Re: How can you tell who published a library in Adobe Launch
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yuhuisg
- Adobe Experience Platform Launch
Try "Audit Events", available at the top of the left rail menu.

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Re: 'Send file on schedule' function is not working
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- Adobe Analytics
@jinp74012649 also, have you brought this up with Client Care?

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Re: 'Send file on schedule' function is not working
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yuhuisg
- Adobe Analytics
Hmm, this is beyond my experience. @jantzen_belliston-Adobe do you know someone from Analytics who might be able to answer here?

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Re: 'Send file on schedule' function is not working
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- Adobe Analytics
(Disclosure: I am not an Adobe employee.)In your browser, when opening the "Send file on schedule" overlay:Do you get any errors in the Console panel?Do you get any errors in the Network panel?

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Re: Finding out occurrence of timeout error
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- Adobe Analytics
AA probably isn't the best tool for this. There should be website monitoring software that your DevOps / IT might already be using that has such data.

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Re: Finding out occurrence of timeout error
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- Adobe Analytics
@Roxie423 I don't think so. AA's tracking ultimately depends on the browser being able to run AA's JavaScript scripts. For example, if your AA Pageview beacon is sent when the browser has finished loading the page, then the timeout would prevent the browser from completely loading the page, and then your browser would not be able to send the AA beacon.

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Re: Different Total Visit Count in Fallout vs. Freeform
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- Adobe Analytics
If you remove the "Visits exists" condition in your segment, do the numbers tally?

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Re: Finding out occurrence of timeout error
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- Adobe Analytics
AA does not track timeouts automatically.

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Re: Adobe Launch script load time takes 500 to 900 ms (Ne...
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yuhuisg
- Adobe Analytics
@Jayakrish yup, I suggest you discuss internally. Also, do some timing checks outside of your office, e.g. at home.

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Re: Launch Rule to fire when cookie is accepted or cookie...
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yuhuisg
- Adobe Experience Platform Launch
@jsvasu No, you don't need Custom Code. 1. Create a Data Element of "Cookie" type. Provide the name of your cookie.2. In your Rule's Condition, use "Value Comparison". Pick the data element in the first field. Then in the dropdown list, choose "Is truthy". Save your Condition. "Is truthy" is a convenient way to check if a data element is set with a value. ("Is falsy" is the reverse, i.e. check if a data element does not have a value.)

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Re: Launch Rule to fire when cookie is accepted or cookie...
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- Adobe Experience Platform Launch
@jsvasu I guess you have 2 options: if there's some string in the cookie's value that's always constant, then you can check if the cookie value contains that string. Otherwise, you can check if the cookie is set or not, based on its name (assuming that it could only have been set after the user had granted consent).

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Re: Launch Rule to fire when cookie is accepted or cookie...
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- Adobe Experience Platform Launch
You can have 2 Rules:Rule with:Click event on the cookie banner's "Accept" buttonRule with:Library Loaded eventCondition that checks for the presence of the cookieWhen new users click on the Accept banner, they would cause the 1st Rule to trigger. I assume the cookie banner then sets the cookie.Subsequently, these users who had already granted consent would have the cookie in their browser, so every page they visit would cause the 2nd Rule to trigger.

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Re: Finding out occurrence of timeout error
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- Adobe Analytics
Do you mean that you want to a) track those timeout errors to AA, or b) find the pages where AA is causing the timeout?

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Re: Adobe Launch script load time takes 500 to 900 ms (Ne...
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- Adobe Analytics
The 2 main reasons are:Size of the JS file, which depends on all of the assets (rules, data elements and extensions) that you have built and published into a library in your Launch property.Network latency, which is out of your scope because that depends on a whole host of external factors, e.g. ISPs, DNSes, routers, etc.Obviously, the one to tackle is the JS file's size. I suggest reviewing your Launch property in this order:Disable any Rules, Data Elements and Extensions that are not needed. D...

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Re: Does getPageLoadTime plugin measure current or previo...
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yuhuisg
- Adobe Analytics
I admit that I haven't used this plugin in a long time, but my understanding all along is that it records the page load time of the previous page. So when you set your prop/eVar with the page load time, you also need to set a corresponding prop/eVar with the previous page's name, so that you can pair both of them together to get the correct report.Also, after reading the plugin's code, I believe this is is how it works:When the page loads:If the 2 cookies are found, then set s._pltPreviousPage a...

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