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Re: I'm using a pipe (|) character in an evar inside s.products. How do I escape that pipe character?
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You have to use an alternate delimiter, there is no method to escape it.

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Re: Using Dynamic variable in DTM to obtain MCVID(mid value)
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- Dynamic Tag Management
The best way to capture the mid is per the documentation here:https://marketing.adobe.com/resources/help/en_US/mcvid/mcvid-getmcvid.htmlvar visitor = Visitor.getInstance("YOURID@AdobeOrg") var analyticsID = visitor.getMarketingCloudVisitorID() s.prop1=analyticsID; CM Edit: Added hyperlink

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Re: Setting cookie value dynamically based on element value
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- Dynamic Tag Management
 _satellite.setCookie('source','ELEMENT VALUE',1) should work fine

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Re: Classifications in DTM?
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Your best bet is to fire a rule based on a data element that is common across all those 100 websites. That data point might be url structure, data layer attribute, etc.You can also create a script that lists all the domains you wish to track which evaluates to true if it matches the current hostname.

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