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Re: Server-side experiment - Target report not working (Java SDK) and offers not sticky
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Just curious if you had any luck with this. I'm also trying to figure out Analytics Reporting and sticky experience. Not much about it (at least example-wise) in the documentation.

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Hello Community, I have a couple of questions regarding server side (Java SDK). Question number one: For server side tests (form based), does setting the reporting source to Adobe Analytics send activity data over the same way as client side does (activity / experience name)? Question number two: How is persistent experience achieved with server side? I know for client side the Visitor API (AMC...) cookie is used for experience consistency. Does server side have a similar mechanism? If so does i...

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I've seen that Client Side Target uses a visitor cookie to identify unique users (analytics visitor ID API I believe). Does Server Side Target have a similar capability? If sow how does it work and how could I incorporate it into my Server Side implementation? TIA

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Re: how to enable / disable on device in Java SDK
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@josejr19 That link is for Node. I need the code configuration for Java.

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@josejr19 there doesn't seem to be anything in the Java documentation on how to do this in the code

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Is there a way to enable/disable on-device decisionings in the Java server side SDK?

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I know on client side this can be accomplished with the getOffers method, like so: adobe.target.getOffers({ request: { execute: { pageLoad: { parameters: {audience targeting object} } } } }).then(response => adobe.target.applyOffers({ response: response })).catch(error => error stuff); However, I'm wondering if this is also possible with server side. I'm unable to find anything in the documentation outlining if and how this could be accomplished. Anybody have an ideas?

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@Robert_Calangiu how would I go about sending Audience information to Adobe Target via Server Side implementation?

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