@sonial - I'd recommend that we start investigating this by fetching raw
data for an hour and check the trend of IP addresses. Do you see lot of
hits from a single IP address? Or are you seeing IP address changing for
the same user/visitor? To begin with, these are some
probabilities.Anyhow, this will require detailed investigation and I'd
suggest that you report this to Client Care for further
@Clemens - Based on the above scenario, I'd see two separate line items
in the Tracking Code report:2347given that the values from the query
string parameter is captured in s.campaign variable (Tracking Code). So,
as a user visits the site calls mydomain.com/?tid=23, s.campaign=23 will
be passed. Likewise, s.campaign=47 will be passed in the next server
@Luca_Lattarini Following are the benefits of API 2.0:Faster response
times with simpler and more efficient query methods, eliminating the
need for pollingProgrammatic capability for queries and dynamic report
updatesMore graceful error handlingFlexible functioning to do to
anything you can do in Analysis WorkspaceConsistency and matching of API
calls to UI actionsAccess to all Attribution IQ models used in Analysis
WorkspaceAccess to all Anomaly Detection algorithms used in Analysis
@user00758 - The list of search engine is dynamic and isn't available as
a list externally for users. However, you can create a ticket with
Client Care and the team can provide a manual dump, as needed - though
the list can change and any search engines can be added or removed.
@Zach - It might not be directly possible. You can create a Calculated
Metric using If statement where if Visits >200, set it to 1 or else set
to 0. Then use that metric in the Pages report. For Pages where Visits >
200, you will see 1 else where for other pages you would see 0. That is
one of the solutions I could think of.
@user00758 Can you see if this helps:
https://helpx.adobe.com/enterprise/using/manage-developers.html. It has
the detailed steps. To summarize, the System Admin needs to be go to
adminconsole.adobe.com and navigate to the "Users" tab from the top nav.
Find your user. Click on it. Click on 3 dots next to Developer Access
and edit -> add all the required Analytics product profiles -> save the
@ashoksingh06 - Can you open the browser's developer console and see the
network call that is failing? Can you obtain the response of that server
call? Or you may want to send it to Customer Care for troubleshooting
and the resolution.There can be several reasons why that error is seen -
we would need to troubleshoot it to find the exact root cause.
@Soo1 - What is the objective here? This report denotes the number of
Page Views where that tracking code was either set or persisted from
previous hits. If that's the requirement, the report looks good.