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Data Sources: Possible to delete/remove orders?
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Hello,a lot of our orders are canceled. There we would like to remove them from Adobe Analytics. I am aware that it's possible to import canceled orders and create a new calculated metric of actual orders (see for example here Advanced Refund Analysis with Adobe Analytics​)Is it in any way possible to delte canceled order in any way? Maybe by uploading "negative orders" to cancel out existing ones?Thanks for your help!Julian

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Re: How do visits in funnel report with filters get calculated?
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Hi Hyder,Thanks for your reply! You asked me to share more information. Is there anything specific you can think of that might help to solve this riddle? I couldn't think of anything that I haven't already posted above.I just checked the funnel without the filter. Everything seems to work. I guess that's the problem here.ThanksJulian

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Hi all,We are struggling with understanding the funnel reports of our checkout process. Our situation is as follows:- There are 4 steps in the funnel (4th = thank you page).- On the first step visititors decide which of our fews products they want to buy, i.e. on the second step Adobe Analytics "knows" the product. It's saved in evar44.- In order to look at the funnel by product, we use evar44 as a filter. See attached screenshot.- Events are searialized by user id.My question: How is the number...

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warrensander, Thanks for the clarification! Also, I succesfully uploaded a "Generic Data Source" to overwrite a Counter Success Event. The text file I uploaded looked like this:Date v1: Time Stamp (Visit) E1: Error (Always)10/10/2016 1476115997615 -1We identified the Success Event to be deleted via a time stamp. As a result the "negative" events cancel out the "positive" events. So when you look at the event trended, zero events appear. Thanks for your suggestion.

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Hi warrensander, You are writing "To delete the entire server call you would need adobe to impliment a 'delete this server call' type of a process." Is this something you have ever done? Or is this just something hypothetical? Thanks,Julian

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