@josel49165863 - You can validate a test profile is marked appropriately
by doing a lookup on AEP to validate the boolean is set
(testProfile=true). I've attached a file that has a cURL to do this as a
sample. You need to replace the values to match your instance.
In test mode you can. If the journey is live you will need to look at
the reports to see the errors occurring. This will give you a count of
errors but not the specific response from your service. For those, you
will need test mode or to look at the logs for your service.
Start with this tutorial -
a profile schema that has testProfile in it. Then update that profile
using postman to mark your ECID as testProfile = true
Yes! You can use Adobe Analytics data in Adobe Experience Platform. This
requires the Analytics Data Connector to be activated and this
automatically lands all Analytics data for a report suite into a
dataset. You can activate this dataset for Unified Profile and thus make
it available for use in Journey Orchestration. These fields will need to
be added to the ‘ExperiencePlatformDataSource’ as part of a datapack.
No out of the box integration like ACS is supported by Adobe and there
currently are no plans for one. That said, with the help of Adobe
consulting or one of our partners, ACC can be used in two primary
ways:Adobe Campaign Classic could be added as a data source to read
profile information. Adobe Campaign Classic API format uses SOAP and
XML. This requires a solution using Adobe IO Runtime to perform the API
request and data manipulation between Journey Orchestration and Adobe