One option might be to use dynamic variables to populate your eVar. For
example, if you're looking to capture the "region" key in eVar1, you'd
populate eVar1 as shown below: s.eVar1="D=c.a.activitymap.region"
Assuming the following values are captured in the activity map context
data variables as shown below, "popular-categories" would be passed to
eVar1 and accessible for reporting. UPDATE: You have to reference the
full path - with dot notation - for this. Each activity map property
would be p...
Please send an email at email@example.com to create a ticket. I hope
it should let you open an incident. If it bounces back, you would need
to ask one of the supported users(not compulsory a product admin) to
raise a ticket with us. There is a portal available to open the tickets
with clientcare but only supported users can access it.
The linkTrackVars and linkTrackEvents variables are separate and
independent of each other. However, if you want to use linkTrackEvents,
you must include "events" in linkTrackVars. If you do not,
linkTrackEvents does not work. If you set linkTrackVars, always make
sure it includes "events" somewhere in the comma-delimited string. If
you do this, then linkTrackEvents always works.
Hi all,We would like to “get rid” of props, for new implementation,
since we find them obsolete but there is one function, which exists only
for props – automated generation of Entry and Exit props values. Typical
example – I need to create a segment with visits, who entered(landed) on
PageType/PageName XY – how can I do it with evar? Is that even possible?
For prop, I just create a rule with Entry PageType = XY, but for evars I
am not sure…Thanks!Pavel