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- Adobe Experience Platform SDKs
Thanks. 2 questions. do i need to have s. or p. etc in front of the contextData? and = 'login_status" can be replaced by whatever term we define as the login status or not? such as 'Logged In" or does it need to be = 'login_status' ?

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Great to know.It's actually being written in React Native. Do you know the syntax for that?

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Absolutely. We're trying to implement context data variables into our mobile app. Historically, I've only seen script like this, s.contextData[‘mobile.login_status’] = ‘Logged In’; but the consultant gave us implementation specs that looked like the first post. I'm not a developer so I want to be careful but, in my understanding, his technical implementation specs can't actually be used. Meaning, we can't set a variable for when people login as [contextData setObject:@("login_status" forKey:@"mo...

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