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I have it set as 'First' allocation because of Adam's article, and how
it enforces as a 'tiebreaker'.Our setting of "Purchase" as a binding
event was set up by a consultant quite some time ago. I'll revisit that.
Brian,We have this set as Conversion Variable Syntax because sometimes
the Internal Campaign goes directly to a product, and more often it does
not.You say "When the binding event selected during configuration
occurs, the persisted value of the eVar is associated with the product".
In the case for my scenario, I would expect that, at the moment both the
s.products and eVar2 are present, that it would bind and persist. Once
bound, they would have a 1:1 relationship. If that product is not
I'm using Evar2 for Internal Campaign IDs. It is set up as a
Merchandising EvarSyntax: 'Conversion Variable Syntax'Allocation:
'First'Expiration: 'Purchase'Binding Events: 'Purchase Event', 'Product
View Event', and 'Cart Add Event'In this particular question, there is
an internal campaign that links to a product detail page, where a
product view is set. Clicking through on the internal campaign results
in this:Events 'prodView' products '123456' eVar2 '7890'Since the
'Product View Event' occurs...
Certainly the simplest route, yes. For these internal campaigns, we're
looking to associate the purchased SKUS for those promotions, not the
entirety of the order.The 'Instances' metric in itself is counted for
the Merchandising Evar, but any other event will not increment for
Conversion Variable Syntax.
According to the "Instances on Merchandising Variables" help document
three things must be present to capture an instance against a
merchandising variable:A binding event is setThe Products variable is
setThe Merchandising Evar has a valueWe've been instructed by Adobe to
use an incrementing dummy product value (prodmerch#) in the product
string, along with an event (event48 'Merchandising Instances), to...