We are having an issue with a Page Load Rule, in which is firing on
domains that are not selected in the rule criteria. We have a single
domain selected, but it is firing on another domain. As an example, we
have a Page Load Rule that has the domain criteria set for "mysite.com"
only, but when we debug the rules and look at the reports we see the
rule is also firing for "site.com". Though we have a specific domain
selected in the rule criteria, any ideas why the rule isn't applying it
for only t...
I am unable to access the site as well, in which I am getting the
"Website not Available" browser error or we are getting the Adobe
"Network Timeout Error" message. We are also experiencing the issue with
Adobe Social and ReportBuilder.
While the new permissions settings are great, it looks like there could
be a glitch. We have users that have ReportBuilder licenses and I have
granted access to the appropriate report suites, they can get logged in
but when opening an existing ARB report, the get the error to refresh
the queries and get the CSV of permission errors, which was done. In
reviewing the errors it is reporting them on the report suite that they
have access to, so why would they get this error? I second the comment
We would really like the ability to add a new social site to the list of
default "Social Sites" within SiteCatalyst. Specifically, we need to
have RebelMouse (https://www.rebelmouse.com/) added and according to
ClientCare additions to that list are not possible. Any possibilty of
requesting a new list addition in the future?
Completely agree with lexham, we run into this issue when scheduling
dashboards & reports on a daily basis. The current interface makes it
extremely difficult to sort, filter, group, or remove any number of
dashboards. Not to mention when you are trying to schedule the same
report for multiple sites or time frames, scheduling one-by-one just
doesn't make sense. A more useful dashboard manager and scheduling tool
would make a world of difference.
We have scheduled reports set for each hour and we constantly have them
break, receiving an email that the report contains no data. When you
click the link to the report, what do you know...there is data. So, this
would be the first suggestion, is there a way to improve this
functionality or ensure that there is actually no data within the
report, prior to sending the notificaiton. We have had issues with
scheduling the hourly uploads to our FTP site for years and it would be
great if we could s...