Add a Dropbox (or analogue) delivery option for DataWarehouse Reports.
Given the frequent difficulties with FTP, such as firewall access, cloud
storage offers a great alternative for files exceeding email limits.
Make props perform in a similar manar to eVars when it comes to the case
of a value. In other words, props should be insensitive to the case of a
passed value. Example: prop1 = "myValue"prop1 = "myvalue"prop1 =
"Myvalue" Under the report for prop1 we should see myValue = 3.
Today the "Browsers" report, classifies mobile devices as "None".
Displaying "None" even when a User-Agent is clearly captured, represents
a confusing and misleading end-user experience. If anything, this
behavior only breeds mistrust of all reported data. At a minimum, the
"Browsers" report should behave similar to the "Browsers Type" report by
presenting an "Other". None should be reserved for the instances where
the user-agent is unavailable, obscure, or otherwise not reasonably
Due to latency, setting an alert to check a value at end of hour is
essentially useless in SiteCatalyst v15. All values are likely to be
zero at the end of an hour. Therefore alerts should be allowed to check
value changes 2 or 3 hours prior, to account for the new processing
time. EXAMPLE: An alert, which:Checks page views at the end of each
"current hour - 3 hours" (i.e., three hours prior.)If Value % Changes By
(%) 50Send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org With Hourly Page Views of:9a: