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Is there an automated approach to page tagging? - Adobe Analytics 22-01-2018
Recently I was copied on some email reports coming out of Adobe Analytics. Very simple: hits per day and browser type. I asked for additional detail and my contact said it was too much trouble to instrument every link on every page, so they just tagged the top level menu items. But then same contact was interested in knowing more about the paths taken through the site.So I think we need to change the level of instrumentation on our pages in order to get some good activity maps or path reports. T...

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Re: Portlet store -- how is this done in AEM? (so it works like Liferay, WebCenter, etc.) - Adobe Experience Manager 16-01-2018
That's what I'm starting to think, especially as the team is not accustomed to this type of user interface development; they are business systems developers. But I really, really appreciate the ongoing conversation and your willingness to share your thoughts.Adding some details based on your questions:* Where do you store the preferences for the users (or the layout of these widgets)? On the server? In a cookie?My initial thought is server-side, as that is the model used by similar portal produc...

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Re: Portlet store -- how is this done in AEM? (so it works like Liferay, WebCenter, etc.) - Adobe Experience Manager 16-01-2018
Oh, that is getting close to what we are after - with the end user doing customization, the drag and drop all by themselves, and each user may do it differently, up to a few hundred thousand users. Most users, won't change a thing.So do these components have that level of dynamic placement? This is very interesting and I hope someone can point me to an example or some documentation showing where this was actually done. I wan't to stay solidly in supported, mainstream, capabilities of AEM/CQ.

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Re: Portlet store -- how is this done in AEM? (so it works like Liferay, WebCenter, etc.) - Adobe Experience Manager 15-01-2018
Thank you, Jörg. I agree that personalization can be achieved with AEM using rules and code. I am wondering about something slightly different, the idea of an internal portlet pallet or "widget store" that the users can access to customize their own experience. This is exactly what Liferay does, but Adobe has lots of other interesting features so I was wondering what an expert in AEM would think about the complexities of implementing that type of drag and drop portlet approach. Even if they are ...

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Re: Portlet store -- how is this done in AEM? (so it works like Liferay, WebCenter, etc.) - Adobe Experience Manager 15-01-2018
Please allow me to clarify the question; the responses so far have been valuable and I appreciate the collaboration.I have a requirement for end-user customization -- the end user must be able to select content feeds from a content store and determine where they will display on the screen. With something like Liferay, I can put together each content item as a portlet and then users would be able to drag the portlets from a pallet into pre-defined locations on the screen and re-arrange them at wi...

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Are getting good geolocation for sites behind a proxy? (X-Forwarded-For) - Adobe Analytics 12-01-2018
Folks, we've been using Omniture for years and we were receiving nice geolocation reports until we put our B2B sites behind a proxy. So now all of our business customers access the site through the proxy, and since they all appear as coming from the same IP address, the geolocation reports have become rather boring.I've seen conflicting ideas as to how to resolve this, and I would be thrilled if someone could chime in and let me know what worked for them.Seems like we can enable the X-Forwarded-...

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Re: Portlet store -- how is this done in AEM? (so it works like Liferay, WebCenter, etc.) - Adobe Experience Manager 12-01-2018
Thank you for the link. I see that AEM *can* run portlets but that is not a primary function of the overall ecosystem.It seems like AEM has a rich and graphical web environment which will allow my team to deliver CMS-related web sites very quickly. The team is developing a horizontal portal for franchises, and it will be used by back-office staff. One of the key requirements is that the users be able to customize their landing pages. With something like Liferay, we can have a region of the scree...

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Portlet store -- how is this done in AEM? (so it works like Liferay, WebCenter, etc.) - Adobe Experience Manager 09-01-2018
Folks, I am evaluating Adobe Experience Manager and I'm impressed by the power and and user interface of the overall solution.A primary requirement of my project is allowing B2B end-users to customize what they see on their landing page. With traditional portal products like Liferay, Oracle WebCenter, and IBM Websphere portal, a user can access a slide-out "store" of portlets, and then add them to their landing page, and then to a certain extent can re-arrange tiles or regions on their landing p...

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