We DO use transaction ID for binding. But in some exceptional cases, the
transaction IDs from the offline source doesn't have a corresponding
transaction ID from the online order process. In those cases, the Events
wouldn't be bound to the original online visitor but would still be
included in the aggregated metrics.
Thanks for your answer but I don't think you understand the question. Of
course I enabled Transaction ID processing. The question is, if it
causes any problem if the uploaded offline data source file contains a
Transaction ID, which cannot be mapped to any Transaction ID that was
set online.I think I have the answer though: I uploaded rows with dummy
Transaction IDs or no Transaction ID at all, and the data was still
available in the reports interface.
Hi, I have a data source from type "Generic - Transaction ID". Normally,
it adds offline data to online transactions. But in some occasions we
have transaction IDs in our data source file, which are not known to
Adobe Analytics. Does that cause a problem? Does the row still get
I doubt that this can be an accepted answer. Full Processing doesn't
allow merging Visitor IDs. Quote: "... even if the visitor ID in
AppMeasurement library, the visitor profiles are not connected from an
eVar allocation perspective."In most cases this is a showstopper, since
data sources are used to upload additional data. For a data source with
Transaction ID, there is no way to avoid duplicate orders if an order
contains multiple ...
Hi, I'm settting up a new data source with of type "Generic -
Transaction ID". The transactions represent leads. We want to upload the
offline orders from those leads.In the Data Source Help, it says:
"Product information (from s.products) is not contained in the visitor
profile "snapshot," so you must upload any associated product data in
the data source file along with the transaction ID. Note that you can
specify only one product per row, so you might need to upload multiple
rows with the sam...