Data Feed would require you to do some what I like to call "post
processing" on your side; yes. You can do a few things. You can leverage
Adobe.io to get anything out of Analytics. But you will need to code up
your own application to get the data out. Of course Engineering Services
would be able to get something out for you. Live Stream API is also an
option for an additional price. But anything that is out of the box can
be possible if you need Data Warehouse data to go to Azure. You should
Hello maudc12762866,The metric Occurances is only availabe in Workspace
and Ad Hoc out of the box. Please see our Documentation here. However
you can make a new calculated metric just for Report Builder which is
akin to the sum of page views and page events. Hope this
Hey livyohThanks for bring this up. It can indeed be frustrating. It
can take a long time though depending on the complexity of your
project/amount of simultaneous queries being submitted to our cloud
infrastructure. We have several tips on how to optimize performance!
Have you looked here? Optimize Workspace performance Thanks!Andrew
Well Report Builder is very much the tool in question to use for this
request. You build your query in Microsoft Excel with the assets from
the Marketing Cloud. It is limited only in the sense that you cannot get
the Visualizations unique to the Adobe Workspace. The idea is that you
get the data dynamically needed on the fly to use the full suite of
Microsoft graph building feature sets.
Hello Correct. You will get a visit to the global site with an order on
the local one. Depending on how you are implemented, you should have a
referrer from the global site attributed to that order via the Marketing
Channel Classifications (again, assuming those are implemented).
Unique Visitors are individual visitors with a cookie assigned to them.
So that means that if you go to your site with one browser, you are one
Unique Visitor. You can technically be a second Unique Visitor if you go
to the same site on a different Internet Browser. To further break it
down by Visits, feel free to see our doc here: Compare unique visitors
and visits Hope this helps! Let us know if you need anything else!
Hi Chris,Yes, you can compare the Analytics Packages here:
Generally Data Warehouse is available, but you need to have an Admin
give you access to the tool.However, SFTP isn't the easiest to get
working with Data Warehouse; FTP and email are the out of the box most
supported methods of delivery. Hope this helps!~Andrew
Hey there Elena,You can certainly tie in an exit event into an eVar so
you can set it to only count on the last hit of the visit. This way you
can tie it to whatever product view you want. Or customize it as such.
This would be the only way I can think of; having to use an eVar that
is.Hope this helps!Andrew
Data Workbench is an independent Server - Client installation that is
siloed just for your data. You can query against your own processing
servers which in of itself is nice. However, you can also use it to
stitch together nearly limitless data sources together into one system.
This would include as many report suites as you'd like. For more
information on a demo of Data Workbench, check with your CSM. Since it
is so robust and flexible, each installation is very unique and as such,
As long as you have a common variable that you can tie between sites,
like a cookie value or something unique like a userID, you can use Data
Workbench to stitch the logic together cross almost any domain. More
info can be found here in the implementation
Dinesh,Per your screen shot, that file went to your FTP account on
ftp.omniture.com under the user name at the bottom of your screen shot.
If you do not have those credentials, please reach out to the owner of
the account. Hope this helps! Let us know if you need anything else.