Thanks Mike for your reply. Following the link you shared, I have 3
questions1 - What is it I can do with GET in user.get('blah blah')?
Could you please share couple of examples/use cases2- What setLocal and
getLocal really do? are getLocal and GET different?3- From the list
user.header('cookie') doesn't seem to return the browser cookie value.
Could you give us some examples of its usage in case I'm doing that
Thanks @mikeIn our case, our 2 activities are setup on 2 different
pages. One is just saving True/False in a cookie value if a user clicks
one particular CTA on a contact us page. The other activity will get
activated on the homepage if the cookie value True exists.The only
problem with your suggested approach is that this URL query parameter
(123 etc) will have to be added in the URL every time and requires a
page refresh. This approach is not quite convenient even if its a
multiple page SINGLE...
Hi Manuel,That's quite bizzare, this question hasn't been answered
yet.Did you get hold of any resource like that? I agree that would be
quite helpful and bring less dependency on Adobe ConsultantsThanks,Sab
Hi there,One of our use case involves 2 separate activities on 2
separate pages. - One Activity would be running 100% to save some cookie
values - The second Activity (main activity) would be making use of
those cookie values The QA link only let us test one activity at one
time. Is there a way we can QA both activities simultaneously?ThanksSab
thanks Rajneesh for you answer. Actually there is one disadvantage in
this custom goal approach that you cannot track click events beyond the
Page delivery criteria of the activity. e.g if you have setup an
activity on Homepage, you won't be able to track a click event on any
other page since the Page delivery location only matches the Homepage
URL. By having an ability of manually adding a selector, we won't have
above mentioned problem. I think its a very basic feature Adobe should
hey,I think you misread. you DON'T need A4T for creating Redirect
Campaigns. however, if you have A4T implemented (through which you can
see reports in Adobe Analytics), then it has to meet certain criteria.
Hope that helps.Thanks,
The path basically is the part appears after first forward slash in the
URL www.forums.adobe.com/thread/2468439 "/thread/2468439" is the PathIn
short its the part after the base domain name.Hope that makes sense.