We classify our product data into classes and subclasses. Currently, we
have hundreds of subclasses. I built a segment to only display data for
21 subclasses, but all of the subclasses are displayed when I generate
the report. This is a snap shot of the last seven dimensions (subclass)
in the segment I built: But, you can see the workspace report returns
1,612 subclasses and I was only expecting 21 subclasses. How can I
include only the 21 subclasses I need and exclude all the rest? Thank
Hum, that is a different question than the original. To report on "those
who came back to view category X after purchasing category X any number
of days ago", I would build a logic group sequential segment like
this.Visitors who returned to a category after purchasing from same
category Build sequential segments:
If I segment by the Women's category there are not any other categories
in the data set. I get 564 same day purchases of 12,461 occurrences.
This is a test database so a dev might be hitting it often in a single
day. I receive the same numbers when I generate the same report I sent
earlier. This tells me the report I originally provided does not include
purchases from another category.
Hi AnthonyBBY, Does this look like what you are looking for? Below is a
report that shows the days since last purchase for the Women's category.
In this report I initially report on the Category dimension then break
it down by Days Since Last Visit.
@jen_lasser - Did Adobe ever come out with better reporting or a report
in Workspace that provides more detail than the email table included in
the classification validation email? Import StatusSuccessful
Rows:1640Collision Rows:0Rows with no effect:70781
The data stream access on the left panel is related to Adobe Experience
Platform (AEP). We identified that someone (sys Admin) changed the user
group permission and didn't include my account in the new permissions.
Once the permissions were configured the left menu in AEP Launch was
displayed as expected.
Has anyone experienced a situation when the left side menu in Launch
doesn't show up? I'm on a Mac, using Chrome. I used to see the menu, but
now all I get is the list of rules and a blank (white) column on the
left. I can access the Experience cloud and navigate to AEP Data
Collection App. (Launch). I cleared my cache and restarted the browser,
and it did not fix the issue.I also tried Safari, and it delivered the
same experience.I scanned the product profile and permissions in the
What Adobe Workspace components can we use to determine the users of the
1.3 API? I want to determine what apps and users are still using the old
outdated API. Or is there another way than Adobe Workspace that will
identify all the applications and users using Analytics 1.3 API.
You have to prove two things.1. Order count was not over counted in
Oracle - How does Oracle get it's data? Is it completely different than
how Adobe Analytics get's it data?2. Adobe analytics collected all of
the data - Check the Adobe Analytics Status page for any data collection
issues on the Adobe Analytics System Status page Adobe System Status
Although not all customers were affected Adobe, did have some collection
& reporting incidences in June that may account for a loss of data