since ‎22-08-2017
‎02-04-2020
johnanish
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Re: Am i able to execute jQuery code in Target? johnanish - Adobe Target
Thats pretty much what I would have done as well. Check if jQuery was "ready".
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Re: Indicate what kind of rule [DCR, Event Based, Page Load etc.] johnanish - Adobe Experience Platform Launch
hey, MHicken Have them all listed. May look clumsy, but some kind of visual indicator is actually good to quickly identify. I agree having them as the first column may not sound like a good plan if you have multiple ones, but then maybe at the last column and have them listed as what kind of rule they are.
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Indicate what kind of rule [DCR, Event Based, Page Load etc.] johnanish - Adobe Experience Platform Launch
Looking to see if a indicator can be added as the first column to a rule to show what kind of "Event Type" the rule has. Something on the lines of what Adobe Target currently offers for their different types of activity.Additionally if a filter can also be created to narrow down all page load rules, DCRs etc besides the existing ones (Status:Enabled / Disabled), that would be great.
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References to Data Elements in Adobe Launch johnanish - Adobe Experience Platform Launch
When I click into a data element, is it possible to get a list of all rules or other data elements that reference it?This way, I can ensure there is no duplicated effort of data elements and the number of data elements are not more than once. This also helps to get rid of data elements that are not used any more.
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Re: [RECENT WEBINAR] Introduction to Recommendations, Target Basics Webinar johnanish - Adobe Target
Is there a recording to follow up for those who may have missed it?
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Re: Should Target work with custom html elements? johnanish - Adobe Target
If you can include some screenshots, it would be possible to make some recommendations.Nevertheless Target should be able to make the changes you require from the VEC experience code editor/Modifications section.
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Re: Should Target work with custom html elements? johnanish - Adobe Target
Hi dorianhallward​,This should still work because at the end of the day vue.js still translates to native js. Would it be possible to select the element via the native js such as document.querySelector and make modifications? Can you show some screenshots of what you would be trying to achieve as well?A longer and not recommended approach would be to use a setTimeout timer (not setintervals)
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Re: Should Target work with custom html elements? johnanish - Adobe Target
Hi dorianhallward​,This answer might seem like a long shot, but... Has your dev team considered adding in a framework to simplify working with AEM components - such as jQuery. Here is the article: Adobe Experience Manager Help | Integrating the JQuery Framework into Adobe Experience Manager If that's the case, then you should be able to write some code that waits for the jQuery to initialize/ DOM Ready and then use the delegate functionality of jQuery. Link here: http://api.jquery.com/on/Assumin...
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Re: Summit 2019 Labs and Sessions - Adobe Analytics johnanish - Adobe Analytics
Not exactly Adobe Analytics but on a related note...Use cases for the latest Recommendations API using PostmanUse cases for the Target API using Postman
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Re: How can I get all the expriences info on my pape with javascript? johnanish - Adobe Target
Hey anthonym75181935​ & netxpressd4442685​ & tut54841492,Not sure if this was completely resolved. However there are 2 ways to do it from what I can see. I have tried and tested both and they help resolve what I needed. This could definitely work (please modify it according to your needs):Option 1: ttMETA pluginttMETA (a response tokens plugin that needs to be activated for specific data points that needs to be thrown into the window object).Steps to do this:Activate the specific response token ...
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Re: How can i get the ID or title of the current exprience in the page where is tested? johnanish - Adobe Target
Hey alim92960278,This will not print anything into the console unless you explicitly tell it to. You may want to instead console.log it like thisconsole.log("Your Campaign name is " + '${campaign.name}'); console.log("Your Experience name is "+ '${campaign.recipe.name}');console.log("Your Campaign ID is "+ '${campaign.id}'); console.log("Your Experience ID is "+ '${campaign.recipe.id}');Also you may want to look at this documentation which Adobe provides on what useful parameters you can use found here: Useful Variables, Profiles, Parameters, and MethodsTarget Troubleshooting - YouTube at 12:00 minsImportant: Make sure you also enable the response tokens if you need this to show up:
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Re: Programmatic approach to API's johnanish - Adobe Target
Hi @mikewebguy, Thanks for providing those links, that is what I am working with right now for the past few days. I have seen how Google provide concrete examples using different programming language constructs to build reports quickly. See link here: Samples | Analytics Reporting API v4 | Google Developers Was wondering if Adobe would do the same or if the community would help in building an excellent collection of OOPs languages and Adobe API's working together.Using Postman alone is not going...
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Programmatic approach to API's johnanish - Adobe Target
Looking to see if Adobe support or the community could help in creating examples in programming languages (C#, Python, Java, PHP, etc. ) for using the Target and Recommendation APIs.
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Re: Introduce Yourself! johnanish - Adobe Target
hey all,Anish here. been a Target (TnT) user since 2010 as far as I can remember. Answer seeker and still learning so many new things on Target Recommendations esp. the API's.aj
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