You can use the ADC (Analytics Data Connector) to send data from
Analytics to AEP (and then to CJA).From Tags, you can use WebSDK and
setup a datastream that send data to both AEP (and CJA as consequence)
and Analytics at the same time.
The Experience Cloud ID Service cross domain works if the 3rd party
cookies are enabled. As you know 3rd party are less and less used, so
please bear in mind.Another approach is to pass the visitorID across the
domains with this
Hi @elimpe, API is the way. Here the reference:
is:Create a simple segment in the UI with 3-4 URLsvia API retrieve the
JSON with the segment definitionadd the remaining elementupdate or
create a new segment with the updated JSON ...
To see the "automatically mapped" variables in Analytics, they must be
included in the XDM payload.Have you checked the schema and the XDM sent
out from the website if it contains all the required values?
On top of this, you need to take in consideration how the two platforms
calculate the unique visitor metric and how this is impacted by the
attribution to different devices. In my experience, the gap analysis
between 2 different platforms unlikely lead to a satisfactory answer.
Hi @navink386520 ! Here you can find all the details about CJA API
https://developer.adobe.com/cja-apis/docs/.If you are using Python you
can have a look on this great wrapper:
Hi @Chirag2323 , I see two possible approches:import the data in Adobe
Analytics using Data Sourcesimplement some JS code in the website to
track directly from the frontend into Adobe Analytics.Bear in mind that,
in the first case, you can't stitch the Analytics and the PVA data. Let
me explain bett...