Look at it this way - there is a condition which when true has an
action. It has no action when the condition is false. Hit 1 - A ---- Hit
2 - A ----> No ActionHit 2 - A ---- Hit 3 - A ----> No ActionHit 3 - A
---- Hit 4 - B ----> Include Visit (assuming container level is set to
This was reported for another client as well. If you have just opened,
you can save some investigation time by asking the Support Consultant to
link it to AN-211939. In the mean time, as a workaround, you can use an
authenticator app to login.
Bounce rate is calculated based on Bounces/Entries. Since the visit can
span over two days, with the entry on the previous day (24th), you will
see the extra line show up. You can add bounces and Entries to the table
to see how bounce rate is calculated and how many entries are on the
Yes, I would recommend using a custom evar. Note that s.campaign
variable is also an evar (a glorified one).Your external campaign is to
determine what is bringing customers to your site. While your internal
campaigns ensures you engage them with what you need them to do.
I would recommend using a different variable for tracking internal
campaigns. These campaigns are not affecting your marketing channels,
since the user has already landed on your site. Also use a separate
query parameter for the tracking.Unlike Google Analytics, a new visit is
not defined by s.campaign value. And neither does the change of day
break a visit.There are 4 conditions that govern a visit in Adobe
Analytics, which you can read
The response you receive is the report ID. Next, you need to do a
request with this
"reportID": }This will give a JSON response, if the
report is ready (processed). Otherwise it will give report not ready
error. You can also provide FTP/SFTP details if you want the file to be
delivered to a file server. S3 is not supported.
The method is incorrect. The correct method is "Report.Queue". Also, can
you try with just api.omniture.com. The "5" is not necessary.Report.Run
is for real time report. It is not for Data Warehouse. Thus the request
You should not be using the # in the value. It is a special keyword in
the URL structure that indicates the start of the anchor.
https://sitechecker.pro/what-is-url/ Either use a different delimiter or
encode the # value
This will be difficult to prove without looking at the data. You can
download a days worth of data using data feed and check what was
captured. It is possible that the values you think were captured is not
the same as what really happened. Good way to diagnose would be through
the raw data.You can also contact customer care (firstname.lastname@example.org)
to get better understanding of the fields in the datafeeds.
It is not an automatic pick from the s.products variable. You will need
to add the event to the s.event variable through the code.Also, you just
need to pass the event without the numeric value in the event list if
you are using s.product variable to send the value.
I can see there is a comma where the quantity should be presentThe
quotes are not around the string "event210="Can you try the
following:s.products = ";" + digitalData.#.#.# + ";;;event210=" +
digitalData.#.#.#;The correct syntax for product variable should be
@Andrey, I missed your question. The reason why I mentioned for the
change in the structure is cause:Rule Builder will not work on
sub-classificationApart from the structure, there is no other place
where you would actually see the reports as a sub-classification, which
makes it unnecessary if not required. Here the values can be simple the
classification of the actual value, and do not have to be
sub-classificationSub-classification in my opinion should only be used
if the key can never be in t...