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ParitMittal
- Adobe Target
Hi Sanjeev, To simulate the behaviour from the webpage for a not yet live website, you can create an Audience within Adobe Target "Referred From Google- Not Live" and add rule for Traffic sources and place condition as Referring Landing Page contains say " www.localhost.com/google_dummy_search_page" .Please let me know in case of any queries.Thanks & RegardsParit Mittal

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Re: content authorization when AEM users and groups are are stored outside of AEM
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Thanks for the reply,We've ~4.5millions user currently stored in external system and which is going grow. We might not want to overload the repository with users instead keep all our user in current centralized source system. 1. In this case, is there any best practice to store users outside AEM without syncing the users back with AEM? 2. How to support the content authorization, should we store groups inside AEM OR content authorization can be achieved without having users/groups in AEM.

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Hi Sanjeev, The option 1 & 2 arne't mutually exclusive as you can use AEM + Target + DTM. You can use the AEM 6.1 or 6.2 integration via cloud services and deploy the library file via DTM which will lalso let you do Visitor ID Services (but not AT.JS). Hence this is the recommended approach.Please refer the following documentation for more help:https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-1/administer/integration/marketing-cloud/target.htmlThanks & RegardsParit Mittal

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Hi there!You're right, Target applies offers using CSS selectors. You can use unique ids for each of the elements you're modifying using Target. Alternately, make sure the element can be uniquely accessed using a hierarchy of classes. Also, see that the 'Use element IDs' and 'Use element Classes' toggles are turned on in your Site Preferences. You can check that by going to Configure -> Site Preferences in VEC.You can find more on how Adobe Target generates a selector for an element - https://ma...

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It's been fixed. Thanks!

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