since ‎11-02-2015
‎10-12-2019
JedMadsen
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Re: Red lines for data usage agreement JedMadsen - Adobe Audience Manager
Hey, a just a quick update—I talked to one of the BD folks and they said that they don't accept any changes to Adobe Partner Exchange contracts. You can double check with them at the email address above but I just wanted to give you the heads up.Best,Jed
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Re: Red lines for data usage agreement JedMadsen - Adobe Audience Manager
Hi Steve,You can reach out to our business development group at bd@adobeexchangeec.zendesk.com.Best,Jed
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Re: Stuck on Step 1 for AAM integration JedMadsen - Adobe Audience Manager
Hi Steve,I have a login but I've had issues following that direct link as well—instead, try going to the homepage:https://partners.adobe.com/exchangeprogram/experiencecloudMake sure you're logged in. Click on the Build link in the menu in the header. Then click on Sandbox on the next page. That should take you to the right place.
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Re: Access Shared Training Environment for AAM Technical Foundations JedMadsen - Adobe Audience Manager
Hi,Currently partners are not given sandbox access to AAM. The only AAM UI access the product team has authorized for Exchange partners is limited access for partners that have signed the Marketplace contract to become data sellers. We're working with the product team to see if some sort of limited access environment could be created for all Exchange partners but at the moment it's not something the AAM product team offers.Best,Jed
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How to create your own email marketing (ESP) + Adobe Analytics integration JedMadsen - Adobe Analytics
Integrating with an Email Service Provider (ESP) has been one of the most popular integration use cases for Adobe Analytics customers for a long time. Many of these integrations are available as pre-built Data Connectors for Adobe Analytics. However not every ESP out there has a Data Connector, and in some cases an ESP will stop supporting a Data Connector integration—as recently was the case with the Salesforce Marketing Cloud (once known as ExactTarget) connector.In this post, I’ll break down ...
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Re: How do I set the OAuth Client scope in AEM 6.2? JedMadsen - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi Mike,Scopes have to be added in code by implementing com.adobe.granite.oauth.server.Scope interface and then implementing the OAuth2ResourceServer’s getAllowedScopes() method to return the newly added scope.You are getting an invalid scope because you have to implement the scope and then add it to the map. AEM will not know about the newly available Scopes until there's an implemention for getAllowedScopes(). Reference: https://docs.adobe.com/content/ddc/en/gems/oauth-server-functionality-in-...
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Re: Test/development account for 'Sending Audience Data' integration JedMadsen - Adobe Audience Manager
Hi kaleX​, If you've completed everything up through step 5 of the guide you linked to, then an Adobe Partner Exchange rep will contact you and walk you through the rest of the process. They can help you test and ensure that you've set everything up correctly. Unfortunately, there is a bit of queue at the moment and it will probably be a few weeks before they are able to get to your project. So you may be stuck on step 5 for a bit until your project reaches the top of the queue.Best,Jed Madsen
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Adobe Analytics report descriptions - allow links JedMadsen - Adobe Analytics
I would like the report descriptions to be modified so that you can post more than plain text. If we could post links in the descriptions, we could host webpages with more description of the reports and guidelines for its use. We could also post links to the Adobe Analytics help pages for metrics descriptions etc. This would allow for much richer documentation of reports than the 250 character limit allows and would make it easier for people onboarding to get the information they need to perform...
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Re: Flyout Menu <---  get back that flyout menu JedMadsen - Adobe Analytics
The new method is much slower to navigate. The old method was better. However, the old menus were annoying because they would run off the page. If you had flyout menus that would resize the accomodate the page size, that would be great. Or, to make it more mobile friendly, you could have multiple panes that push out from the side like Reeder: The page content would be on the far right and would be pushed over for different menu levels. Search could also be improved so that it gives a little more...
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