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  • I will lead with "do both activities have unique names"? If they do, are you able to view the response on the browser from Target? I am interested to see what is being returned from the  server for the analytics object. Screen shot below. Is it set to "server-side" and also does the supplemental IDs...

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  • @iamjasona might be a silly question, but how did you set up the activity you are calling via the getOffer/applyOffer function? Did you set it up as a form based? If so did you set the reporting to use Adobe Analytics? The fact that you are stating you see activity data in Target tells me you might ...

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  • Correct you should have an evar set to capture log in state. As for profile merge rule that is a great point, you need to pass in the ID in an ID sync and need to set the authentication level at that point. My question now would be at what point do we know the users id to pass into the ID sync? Beca...

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  • @BHAM I would consider having a trait that uses a signal that every CRM user in AAM has and look for it to exists, or simply create a new flag for every user, maybe CRMUSER=true. That will tell us they are part of the onboarded data. Then if I have an integration with Adobe Analytics I would use the...

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  • @Luca_Lattarini Yes, here is an example and the documentation.  Example:https://use.demdex.net/event?d_rtbd=json&d_dst=1&d_jsonv=1&d_cts=2&d_orgid={{ADOBEORGIDHERE}&d_cid={{DATASOURCEIDHERE}}%01{{USERIDHERE}%01{{AUTHENTICATIONSTATEHERE}} Breakdown:use.demdex.net : USA East Region DCS Serverd_rtbd=js...

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  • Not sure I follow, with profile scripts, the logic is executed server side prior to any qualification for an experience. So if you can send the value in with the global mbox, Target will first go through profile scripts, set a value for each profile script to the attribute, then see what activities ...

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  • @tszat have you looked into profile scripts? You can use regex to get your value and then use that value in a rules based audience.  https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/target/using/audiences/visitor-profiles/profile-parameters.html?lang=en#best

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  • Here is the link for the success event you want to listen to and the argument you want.. https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/target/using/implement-target/client-side/at-js-implementation/functions-overview/atjs-custom-events.html?lang=en#section_0E5C9A13DE234A5DAECBCBF9F23F94FE

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  • @htk theres definitely something wrong in the reporting. I would say that the segments are not an exact match and that is the core of the issue. We need to evaluate if we are truly firing the global mbox and getting the expect experience on all the pages that are in scope for the segment in Adobe An...

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  • @technickly as @yza085 shared, you should use response tokens, in this case the activity name/id and the experience name/id for what is displayed. You will need to set up a rule in Launch that listen for the Adobe Target success event to grab the response tokens and place somewhere you can pick it u...

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