Hello, In Launch, through custom codes we are using some plug-ins
developed by Adobe :
Some of these plug-ins create a cookie on the website, For example : we
used getValOnce to create cookies that expire by the end of the
Every time we do this, the cookie created is set to ex...
Hello, I am not sure if someone asked this question before. Recently we
have been trying to look into Marketing Channels to implement in my
company. After research, we deduced that this feature is only applicable
on the website, by creating our own processing rules and then seeing the
values under dimension "Marketing Channel" in Workspace. However in our
company we have both a website and a mobile application, and so far, our
tracking plan is similar on both (with subtle differences of course)....
Hello, I have two pages : Page1 and Page2. On Page1, eVar1 could have
any of these values : s.eVar1 = "Proposed"s.eVar1 = "NotProposed" On
Page2, eVar1 is not set again. eVar1 is set to expire after visit,
allocation most recent. I want to calculate the following :Pass Rate
from Page1 to Page2 with eVar1 = "Proposed" Is this actually possible in
Workspace ? Can I create 2 segments : Segment1 :Page = Page1 & eVar1=
"Proposed" (Hit) Segment2 :Page = Page2 & eVar1 = "Proposed" (Hit) And
divide the ...
Hello, This may be a silly question but, I need to rename the Site Title
in my report suite, by going to :Report Suite > Edit Settings > General
> General Account Settings I have scheduled reports of this report suite
that are sent by email (in PDF) to multiple people. Does the Site Title
change impact these dashboards ? Does it impact anything else ? Thank
Hello, I have a variable I want to apply Classification to. The format
will be something like : %CountryCode%-Homepage-%LanguageCode% (just an
example) Where %CountryCode% and %LanguageCode% are dynamically sent by
the developers. (ex : FR-Homepage-FR) I want to use the classification
to KEEP the dynamic values and change the value in the middle only - to
have something like this : %CountryCode%-HP-%LanguageCode% Is this
possible in Classification Rule Builder ? I want it to be a
Hello, We have Adobe Analytics implemented on our website through
Launch. Recently we had a problem of some hits not being well sent to
Adobe Analytics, and we deduced it is because of the data layer being
charged a bit too late compared to the PageLoad Rule fired at DOM Ready.
The data layer is filled by the developers and sometimes it contains
complex data that need processing in the front-end of the site. So
basing our PageLoad Rule on DOM Ready was not an option for us anymore.
We decided to...
Hello, The definition of Entry Pages in Documentation Adobe is :
"Displays, by percentage and by total visits, which pages on your site
are the first pages seen by a new visitor. You can use this report to
identify which of your web pages are the most frequent points of entry,
optimize the primary entry points on your site, and drive entry traffic
to your key messages." My question is about mobile applications : How
are entry pages defined on those ? I tried looking at my Workspace and
Hello, I have an excel file that is sent by FTP every midnight that
contains the classification details for a certain variable. It has the
following format : Key | Title If the value of the variable matches what
is in "Key", then "Title" takes the assigned value in the excel. For
example : Key | Title123 | Test In my reports in Workspace, If I choose
to display the values of the variable "Title", and then I place "Key"
under the value "Test", I will find the value "123" for "Key". My
I want to fire an event when the user clicks anywhere inside this div
:Usually when a user clicks inside the div, a pop-up opens in the
website. I want to fire the event just before that.I created an Event
Rule with the following configuration :What happens now is, whenever I
click inside the div, no event is fired. When I click in the area of the
div that does not open the pop-up, the event is fired.What causes this
problem? Is it related to the pop-up?Any help would be appreciated.