AppMeasurement.js, then the rollout happens only when you update the
base AppMeasurement.js library in your website. (You can get the latest
base AppMeasurement.js library from your Adobe Analytics admin.) So if
you don't deploy that updated AppMeasurement.js library, then your
Analytics implementation will still be on whatever version had been
deployed previously. If you're using AEP Data Collection Tags (a.k.a.
Adobe Launch) as your tag...
If you need your HTML to finish rendering first before a Rule runs, then
in that Rule, use the Core > Window Loaded event. That event will
trigger only when the browser has finished loading the window's
document, including HTML, scripts, stylesheets and images, i.e. it is
equivalent to window.onload().
Such batching is only available with the Mobile SDK for mobile apps.
There's no such batching available with Web SDK. Adobe charges you for
the number of hits, which normally corresponds to the number of page
views and custom links that you're tracking. So even with the Mobile
SDK, Adobe still charges you for the actual number of hits in the batch,
regardless of the number of times their endpoint gets hit.
Well, what you're doing will still cause the result of AA reporting page
names other than the ones associated with your "product tag" dimension.
Since you're using a Visitor-level segment, you're saying "return all
data for all visitors who had at least 1 hit that contained my product
tag". And since a visitor can view pages A, B, C, X, Y, Z, etc, AA will
report all of those pages too. I suggest that you use a Hit-level
How does web sdk support event forwarding through edge network for
cookieless tracking? By itself, Web SDK doesn't. Instead, Web SDK is the
"datastream", which is setup in Adobe Experience Platform. This
datastream is like a pipe that sends data to other Adobe products, like
Analytics and Target. It also sends data to Event Forwarding, an AEP
product that you have to purchase separately. Note, though, that I
suspect your develope...
Besides what @VaniBhemarasetty has mentioned, check your segment's
definition too. If you're using a Visit-level segment, then it will
return all data for all visits that have at least one hit that match
your conditions. That would also include all of the page names that had
been viewed in the visits.