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Java Server Side Sticky Experiences Without Cookies
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I'm seeing a similar problem, but with different nuances, as in this post https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-target-questions/server-side-experiment-target-report-not-working-java-sdk-and/qaq-p/397584The architect we're working with says that sending cookies from the client to the server is an anti-pattern, so are there other ways to ensure sticky experiences? Why does server-side Adobe Target require cookies if it's an anti-pattern?

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TrackEvent Call gets 200 response, but Conversion Metric in Adobe Target not updated
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I'm sending the trackEvent call and getting a 200 response from the omtrdc endpoint. However when I check in the Reports dashboard of my experience, the conversion metric doesn't increment.I double checked that my conversion mbox is spelled correctly in the trackEvent call, and I tried with both the "Viewed an mbox" and "Clicked on an mbox" conversion metrics.

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TrackEvent get parameters from selected element
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I want to track clicks on a few elements using a certain CSS selector. Right now, I'm adding a click listener using the JavaScript methods and using a for loop to add the trackEvent call to get parameters from the "my-custom-name" attribute in each selected element. Instead of using the document.querySelectorAll function to get parameters from the "my-custom-name" element attribute, is there a way to get those parameters and send them with the trackEvent call?

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"CLicked an mbox" tracks no conversions but "viewed an mbox" does
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How do you get "clicked an mbox" to work? What does "clicked an mbox" do compared to "viewed an mbox"? I've been adding my own click listener to the elements I want to track. The event listeners call trackEvents(), which sends the conversion mbox along with some parameters. This set up works with "viewed an mbox", but I want to know why it doesn't work with "clicked an mbox" . Is there some kind of set up in the DOM with the mbox name that I need to do?I've already looked at the click tracking a...

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Re: Adobe Target - Forms Experience - Click Tracking - Mbox Event is Sent but Metrics Aren't Counting
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Did you ever figure it out? I'm having the same problem!

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