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‎10-12-2019
ivan_ruiz2
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Re: Exclude Internet Explorer ivan_ruiz2 - Adobe Target
Hi Raag,thanks a lot for your reply. I will consider including "rv" in my Target Expression.Thanks for your help.Best,Ivan
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Re: Exclude Internet Explorer ivan_ruiz2 - Adobe Target
Hello Raag,I'm afraid that doesn't work because in that case all conditions are "and" conditions and not "or" conditions. Therefore Visitor Behaviour -> browser: firefox "and" browser: chrome will never be a case (a coworker tried this and simply got no traffic). I have read the documentation, several times :), and I think the right way to do it is by creating an expression target. This is also the way the documentation sort of describes it, although not explicitly.I think I have figured it out....
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Exclude Internet Explorer ivan_ruiz2 - Adobe Target
Hello,does anybody know how can I exclude Internet explorer traffic from a test? I have tried a few things with no success. My latest attempt was to create an expression target which excludes IE Traffic and then use it in a segment. The expression target is this return (user.browser.indexOf('MSIE') == -1);This means users that do not contain "MSIE". So this should work, however I keep getting considered in my demo test.I would appreciate any hint.Thank you,Ivan
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Get Mbox Parameter through API ivan_ruiz2 - Adobe Target
Hello T&T Community,Does anyone know if it is possible to get (download) a specific parameter using the API? Basically we have been running a test for a few months and we are passing a "custom parameter" within each mbox call, now I would like to get the list of those parameters however I couldn't find any information in the documentation.Any help would be highly appreciated.Best Regards,Ivan
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Re: Performance Report API to CSV ivan_ruiz2 - Adobe Target
Hello Nikhil,In both cases I am able to retrieve the reports. The only difference is that the Campaign Performance report doesn't support CSV Format, meaning that the output is only XML, which need to be parsed using Ruby, Python or Perl scripting (according to your documentation).So my question is if there is any other option to parse the results to CSV? or are you planning to support CSV output for the Campaign Report API?This is quite important for us, and probably for other companies too, be...
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Re: Performance Report API to CSV ivan_ruiz2 - Adobe Target
Hello Nikhil, thanks for your reply. This is the Link that includes the explanation about the different Reports and how to get them via API. I have already extracted Audit Reports Via API and in that case it is possible to get the data in csv format (screenshot).However for the campaign Performance Report this is not possible (I have tried). In the documentation the following is stated:Parse the Query ResponseOptionally, you can use a scripting language such as Perl, Python, and Ruby, to parse t...
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Performance Report API to CSV ivan_ruiz2 - Adobe Target
Hello, I just wanted to ask if there is a solution to parse the results of the performance API report to a CSV file. I have read the documentation and notice that this could be done by creating a script using Perl, Python or Ruby, however I don't really know any of the scripting languages and I do need to create reports from my campaigns that can be distributed in excel. Is there any way of transferring API's results to CSV without having to write a script.Thanks in advance,Ivan
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