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  •  in Adobe Target Questions on 15-10-2015
    I have gone through the documentation, to no avail. Perhaps I did not explain this well enough...[I tried to put the image in this reply, but it only let me attach - please see attached image]The numbers you see in the image, change dynamically when you click to scroll through a carousel.I have not ...

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  •  in Adobe Target Questions on 15-10-2015
    Is it possible or is there a way, when creating Adobe Recommendations templates, to have a certain piece of code or whatever targeted section of the code, to be excluded from rendering inside of Recommendations?For example:I do not want to hard code the number inside of this string blahblah-blah-19-...

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  • I am using: Generic Data Source (Transaction ID) template fileI have attached an add and subtract example. The Data Sources - Add works great, except that it counts the OrderID line items into the OrderID.When trying to use the subtract, or a negative value, nothing happens, but all uploads are succ...

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  • Ok, then how do you attribute ORDER to all line items in a single order, so it does not increment to the actual OrderID?If you use a 0, this does not work.

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  • I am using Data Sources to add order information. When I use the “Orders” column for line items in that order, it adds the orders as total. Example:OrderID: #1234567890#1234567890 Product1: (Order = 1)#1234567890 Product2: (Order = 1)#1234567890 Product3: (Order = 1) Total orders for that one OrderI...

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  • It looks like I posted to the wrong thread. Apologies for that 🙂

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