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Trouble understanding Purchaser segment
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I've created a segment that check for the existence of an order on a hit like so:When I use this segment along with my URL pathing report I'll see something like:Enter site -> example.com/some_urlExit SiteI don't really understand why this would appear. I have checkout and purchase/order events plugged in so I would expect the URL pathing report to have those links. For example, I figured all the reports would include all the various paths surrounding a purchase event.Enter site-> example.com/pr...

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Thanks for the reply!That sounds quite practical. So, just to confirm, when an event-based rule fires (using DTM) sends a success event, any props/eVars that were set on the page load are not sent along with it and I'll need to re-reference them using the data elements?For a concrete example - let's say a user clicked a banner and I store the banner name in eVar4. Next, the user proceeds to purchase an item and I have an event-based rule that fires the "purchase" event after checkout...in order ...

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How do I view the path up to a success event?
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I'd like to be able to see what pages a user viewed before the scCheckout event. In a similar fashion, I have pathing enabled on link clicks, but how can I view the link clicks that led to a specific success event?Note: I'd like to do this via DTM.

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Hey Parit,Thanks for the reply! I've been using DTM rules to manage those variables. Am I better off just writing the code like you've provided versus using DTM to manage everything? Not sure if the same rules apply when using DTM rules?When using DTM, the event-based rule section doesn't allow me to reference variables that are set in the page load section. I can either use "Set as" or "Duplicate from".When I use the debugger, I do see that all the variables are set correctly. My question can b...

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I've got a few props and evars that I set on page load for all pages on my site. If I create an event-based rule, do I need to set those variables again? It seems like they're being set already. Also, does this have any affect on pathing?

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Whoops! Somehow I must have missed that in the documentation. Looks like it worked. Thanks!

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I've got an event based rule to track when a user signs up using a form. When I go to Adobe Analytics, the event doesn't show up. Ideally, I'd like to add a name to the custom event as well so that it'd show up as "Free User Registration" in Adobe Analytics. Am I missing something important in my setup? Is this something that will require JS to do? Below are two images with the current setup.

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