Hi @fredrambert Hope you found the resolution based on your last
comment. We had processing rules to concatenate certain context
variables and build a string that sets the page name.When these context
vars are set in the trackAction() call, it completes the rule for a
pageName and the pageName gets assigned. The solution is to remove the
building blocks that sets pageName if there are OR make adjustments in
processing rule such that pageName is not set for a trackAction call. I
shall go back and...
We are working on Adobe Analytics implementation on our mobile app. It
is observed that a simple trackAction call is generating pageViews in
Adobe. Any help here is appreciated.Looks like Adobe SDK sets pageName
and therefore pageviews are incremented.
HI @hyderziaeeCould you explain further what you mean by change the
structure to normal classification?The situation is, we are receiving a
feed with some 33 fields for some Listings data. The key is listing_id.
One of the fields in the feed is an address value which is further
needed to be split into Street, city, zip etc.I have had a similar
experience previously also, where when we try to do regex on a
subclassification key, it doesn't work as expected. SO my concern is -
is it not possible t...
Hello,I am trying to split an Address into - Street1, Street2, City,
State, ZIP, Country - from a field "L3MG Original Address" which is part
of a feed into Adobe, and therefore part of a Classification table with
key "Listing ID".I created a Subclassification on "Address" for the six
items - Street1, Street2, City, State, ZIP, Country -.Then in Rule
Builder, used regex ^(.*)\|(.*)\|(.*)\|(.*)\|(.*)\|(.*)$ to split the
address as shown below.Individually, each expression is matching as