We run adobe target server side tests on our site which also uses the
onetrust consent management platform.Once a user has accepted
performance and metrics cookies what is the best way for that user to be
opted-in to adobe target server side? Currently we just check that they
accepted the cookie before calling the adobe target api but is there a
better, more correct way for example using opt-in service?
Are there any official docs on best practices in integrating the Adobe
(https://developers.adobetarget.com/api/) into a .NET MVC project?For
example is there a .net sdk for integrating with the API or any
guidelines on handling consent management?
I have tried using a different guid for sessionid as I suspected it
might be this but I still get back the same experience.I am testing the
API using postman. Should a new sessionId always return a random
experience (assuming a 33% split between the 3 experiences)?How does
this work exactly behind the scenes?
I have an adobe target test setup with one mbox and three experiences
A,B and C, the split between the experience is 34%,33% and 33%. I have
different values for each experience in the mbox. I am testing the adobe
target api and I am using this endpoint POST rest/v2/batchmbox?, I am
passing our clientid and a guid for sessionid.Issue is that I get the
same Experience back each time never any of the other two even though
the traffic split is even. Is there some caching on this api?
I'm a back-end developer very new to adobe target so would appreciate
any help.So we have a site where you can run a search, this site calls
our search api and in order to investigate how best to tweak our search
algorithm we need to pass a new value in the search request to the
search api which will come from an a/b test.We are going to have three
scenarios,1) control: value of 02) variant 2 value of 603) variant 3
value of 40My question is really how to set this up as an A/B server