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‎10-12-2019
martin_munkn548
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Data Sources: Automatically complete processing
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martin_munkn548

martin_munkn548
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When using a Full Processing data source type, you have to manually click "Complete Processing" for each file upload. It would be very useful to optionally automate this process, so we could for instance complete processing of the given data on a daily or hourly basis. The challenge from Adobe's point of view regards processing data for 'open visit', i.e. populating variables in the middle of a user's visit; but just as the "Complete Processing" functionality deals with this problem, so should a...

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Re: Tracking of incognito/privat browsing
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Actually, I've found a workaround that works for most major browsers except IE. I've been running some tests and not seen any misdetection. The javascript I'm using is this - but it might have some holes I'm missing? If you're aware of this, please let me know 🙂 Script: // Opera 8.0+var isOpera = (!!window.opr && !!opr.addons) || !!window.opera || navigator.userAgent.indexOf(' OPR/') >= 0;// Firefox 1.0+var isFirefox = typeof InstallTrigger !== 'undefined';// Safari 3.0+ "[object HTMLElementCon...

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Tracking of incognito/privat browsing
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martin_munkn548
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Hi! Any insights or recommendations on how to track if a visitor uses incognito browsing when visiting a website? There are several ways to identify if the visitor ID was previously unseen (i.e. Visit Number = 1), but this does not infer the user using incognito browsing mode.Ideally, an s.prop-value or an Omniture/Adobe Analytics plugin would be able to detect the browser mode, so a distinction between 'standard' and 'incognito'/'in-private' can be made.Any help would be much appreciated 🙂 Mar...

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