I hear you!I also couldn't find the API for that.But I believe there is
one. In context of AEP trainings there is/was some automation in
place.Screenshot below looks like automated provisioning is possible:
potentially you need to "proxy" that with some self-written service in
order to protect / deal with the AEP API credentials.I would not suggest
to expose the Adobe API credentials to public.
Hi Ivan I wanted to render some personalized text into AJO message
content.Example:"Your contract will end Sept 1st 2022"."Sept 1st 2022"
should be calculated based on a profile attribute (like
"contract/abc/contractStartDate") plus 2 years.
I don't think there are such limits. I checked legal docs. Nothing
written there.Though I would expect that any kind of api is secured with
a web application firewall to protect against bots & co. Most likely
Adobe will not publish exact triggers and rules for that.Considering you
are interested in the "Schema field groups endpoint", I don't think/hope
you gonna fire hundreds of requests in a short period of time against it
I struggle with this too. My knowledge so far:There is no official way
to delete particular profiles.I could think of the following options:
try via https://privacyui.cloud.adobe.io/Identify the batch(es) in the
dataset(s) and delete it (sounds not practical)copy all datasets to new
datasets without the particular profiles and delete the old datasets
afterwards (weird)mark those profiles as deleted (with a custom XDM
field) and wipe PII by ingesting dummy data to this identity.Happy to
hear the ...
@adobechat wrote:can you explain the usecase of it?Its about the
requirement mentioned here in this thread 1. delete older profiles
(which is obviously not supported)2. delete older experience events of
those profiles (which is supported with this TTL mentioned above)3.
before deleting older experience events make sure they are
archived@adobechat wrote:Which type of event are you trying to
exportSimply: all types @adobechat wrote:are you trying to make a call
to s3 based on an event activity?Nop...